I'm at my wits end and would like help from you experts - I'm working on a
site (www.jakare.com) that looks just fine with IE5.0,IE5.5,IE6.0 and NS6.x
on windows and Linux - but not on IEMac.
The index page has a main select block that sits much lower in IE5-Mac than
it should, causing an access problem with the pop-up menus. All of the other
pages have a display problem where the main image doesn't want to share
space on the same "row" (I'm not using tables here) with the text as it
happily does in the windows environment - regardless of browser. And, in
some cases, its just images parked next to each other that don't want to
share the same horizontal space.
I've tried a variety of combinations with clear:<right/left/both/none> and
just attempted use of display:block to see if that made any difference -
nope. I have a test page with a variety of ideas at
www.jakare.com/main_vis2.html (also main_vis3.html) attempting to figure out
what's going on. So am I just missing something real obvious?
I don't have a Mac so I've been hoofing it to the library everytime I make a
set of changes to test out these possibilities - it's getting old REAL fast.
Meanwhile I haven't tested against any non-MS, non-NS browsers so if any of
you specialists have an interest in letting me know how the pages fair
against those, thanks in advance. I'm relatively new at this stuff, and
having come in late with this I was hoping to skip the need to learn NS4.x
(layers), and other older browser handling. Was that reasonable thinking -
or must there be a foundation built on the older technology (even though it
will become obsolete at some point in the future (when?))?
I appreciate the help - thanks!