Re: [css-d] A new Opera positioning bug?
Many thanks for your speedy and correct response. This was not a bug in
Opera but instead my own fault. Removing the "position: relative" from
#supportingText did the job perfectly.
Thanks also to Adam Kuehn for his response.
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From: "Andrew Gregory" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
To: "Blair Millen" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>,
Subject: Re: [css-d] A new Opera positioning bug?
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 12:31:05 +0800
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 20:59:46 +0100, Blair Millen
>Have a look at my design: http://doepud.tk/zengarden/index in
>Firefox and Opera. I have positioned the #footer div absolutely
>top: 0; and left: 46px;. In Firefox this places the #footer div to
>the top (and left 46px) of it's containing div (#supportingText)
>whereas Opera places the #footer to the top (and left 46px) of the
>#container div. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
Your page (in particular the position of the footer div) looks the same to
me using Opera 7.54 and Firefox 0.9.3. I don't see any evidence of Opera
positioning relative to the #container div.
Take out the "position:relative" from #supportingText and set
#footer to "top:112px". That seems to work for IE6, O7.54 and
FF0.9.3. You won't need the StarHtml hack then either.
Andrew Gregory, <URL: [EMAIL-REMOVED] >
<URL: http://www.scss.com.au/family/andrew/ >
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