Aleksandar Vacic said:
> As for your problem, I'm sure WCH will fix it , since I
> implemented it on the calendar that worked the same way in
> the project done few months ago.
The WCH script will not fix it, but it did lead me down the correct
path. What I did was create an <iframe> with the DOM and placed it
behind the calendar. In IE, the calendar covers the <iframe>. In Mozilla
Family browsers and Opera, the <iframe> display is set to none via CSS.
Just a note here, the positioning of the calendar is controlled entirely
to remain flexible if the page is resized.
I sucessfully tested this on Windows in the following:
- IE 5.5, 6
- Mozilla 1.1
- Netscape 7.0
- Firebird 0.6
- Opera 7
Supported by evolt.org -- http://www.evolt.org/help_support_evolt/