Julian Voelcker wrote:
> OK, I have completely redone the CSS on my test page at http://test.
> charityskills.net/test.html and have resolved all the problems except
> In IE5 Mac - the footer is floating around at the just under the
> header, instead of at the bottom of the page.
Julian, I have looked at your code, and it is essentially all
is something you must realize. Specifically, that the the code is
very complex, and appears to be heavily dependent on that JS
to work. (I'm no expert, tho) This dramatically reduces the
number of people capable of even begining to grasp the problem.
Not to mention that it is in Mac only, further shrinking the
I really think you are asking the wrong list about this. The
problem you describe would be consistent with an absolute or
floating glitch, sure enough, but where's it coming from?
The only css I can find has text properties, but no positioning.
Is the footer somehow 'absolute', and placed via JS? Is that
placement messing up in IE5/mac? Are those tables even appearing
in your tests? Is it that 'autoLayers()' stuff? Who knows? There
are many, many more such questions I might ask. (but it would
make my head hurt terribly, so I won't)
I advise you to post this on the 'Babble' list, and if so, describe
it in much greater detail, along with screenshots. Otherwise, you can
pretty much forget about finding help, unless you're very lucky.
Sorry about being so blunt, but I do realize you are having serious
trouble, and this is the only way I can think of to assist you.
PS--You really should not reply to an earlier post when a new thread
is called for. That tends to join unconnected threads together in
the list archives. And changing the subject line does not affect
this at all. (yes, I've been guilty too!)
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