Am Donnerstag, 21. November 2002 02:58 schrieb Tim Rivera:
> > please check the following site:
> > http://web-xs.de/~dev/wxsnew/
> I checked in Opera 6 & 7, Mozilla 1.1, and IE5.5 at 800x600 on Windows.
> Looks good! I like purple. Just be aware that the side graphic gets cut off
> at short window sizes or low screen resolution.
Yes, I will make it a bit smaller.
> The only problem I saw was in IE5.5. You probably know that the top
> navigation isn't fixed and scrolls along with the content; that's not a big
> deal. However, I was bothered that the page does not scroll smoothly. When
> scrolling, the page appears to be separated into three horizontal sections,
> each section shifting up or down at different times. This jumping is very
Hmmm, I can't reproduce that on IE 5/6 ony any machine. I can imagine it might
be the semi-transparent background. It's just a small PNG with every second
pixel being transparent. This might be slowing it down on older computers. My
slowest machine is a 700MHz Athlon. IE6 does the job quite fine on that
It's sad that IE doesn't support position: fixed;. Will that be in IE7?
> BTW, IMO site checks are off-topic for this list.
Well, then I redeclare this to be a CSS check. ;)
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