Re: [css-d] Right positioning problem in IE / www.scrapbook.melb.nettest
Sent by Nicholai Ronningen on 8 February 2003 05:05
Browser - Mozilla (MAC) http://www.scrapbook.melb.net/test/test1.html -
the search field is too long and appears to be pushing the page... a
horizontal scroll bar appears.
Browser - IE 5.2 (MAC) http://www.scrapbook.melb.net/test/test1.html -
the right nav/search/etc. is completely missing. Refreshing & resizing
Browser - Mozilla (MAC) http://www.scrapbook.melb.net/test/test2.html -
looks good but same issue comes up with search text box... horizontal
scroll and all. Again, resizing & reloading don't help.
Browser - IE 5.2 (MAC) http://www.scrapbook.melb.net/test/test2.html -
well, this time I see the content of the right nav/search/etc. but it
shows up on top of your content... no background...
IE 4.5 MAC... how old is that?
On Friday, February 7, 2003, at 10:33 PM, Matt Attlee wrote:
> Thanks for everyone who helped out with testing the site and
> especially Big John who pointed out the problems with the way IE
> handles right positioning. In response to this I have created two
> different solutions to the problem and I am keen for people,
> especially with Macs to test it out. Solution 1)
> http://www.scrapbook.melb.net/test/test1.html uses the hack detailed
> at http://www.dzr-web.com/misc/ie-right-positioning/ whilst Solution
> 2) http://www.scrapbook.melb.net/test/test2.html re-orders the divs as
> suggested by Big John. Both solutions should look something like this
> Just one other quick question, how are people dealing with Mac IE4.5?
> In my instance I am using the @import trick to hide it from older
> browsers, but alas Mac IE4.5 understands import and does a terrible
> job of the layout. It seems to leave me with only two options, either
> dumb down my layout or do some server-side trickery :(
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