Brandon Oto wrote:
> Lookie here: http://s92519729.onlinehome.us/ (content is not all up
> yet, so some links will not work, but most will)
FF0.9.2: I'd add a min-width to your main div so that the header image
will not overlap the sidebar. On 800x600 this overlap occurs.
IE6, 5.5, and 5.0: For some reason, when I click on a page, and then
click back to the home page, the green borders still show up around the
button for the page I clicked on. Rolling onto other buttons doesn't
fix it. Reloading doesn't fix it. I can only fix it if I click
somewhere in the page.
In IE, only the words in the sidebar are hotlinks, not the whole
buttons. This doesn't seem to be too much of a problem in your case.
FF shows a dotted border, IE6 and 5.5 show a dashed border, and IE5.0
shows a solid border along the bottom. Wouldn't worry about it, but
wanted to point it out.
FF displays the footer under the content, not under both the content and
the sidebar. IE6 displays the footer pushed over to the right. IE 5.5
and 5.0 displays the footer under both the content and the sidebar. In
IE5.0, the footer hangs out of the box on the home page, and on other
pages it overlaps the content slightly.
I was surprised to not be able to resize the text in IE. I suppose you
are using pixels. Since I imagine your audience for this site might be
older folks, don't you want to give them the ability to resize the text
to a level they are comfortable with? I can resize it on FF, and it
doesn't break anything, so I wouldn't be too worried about switching to
ems or percentages.
Zoe M. Gillenwater
Highway Safety Research Center
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