>Michel Bozgounov wrote:
>>Anyone any ideas?
>>Of course, moving to "fixed" would resolve all of my problems, but I
>>still have hope I can overcome this one-pixel problem and hor.
>>Good day to everyone on this great list! :)))
>All browsers (and versions!) seem to have their own idea about how to
>round off the %%, - and their own bugs in that...
>Maybe before going on finetuning your page, you can give a try to my
>method "Liquid Rounded Corners"
>Your page should go along the Playgarden Example 8
Hi Michel again,
I could not resist to experiment some more, and I guess your hope can be
filled with some hardware code.
- I found the IE-hor-scrollbar is due to the styles of the #maincol,
which has a width and a left-margin and a right-margin. For IE it's 1
degree of freedom too short! Canceling the margin-left > no troubles.
- For the 1px-problem I tried the Liquid Corners Method. In this way
there are no %% to be computed, but the images are placed just 100% left
or right in a container (the container itself can get a margin in px as
far as needed). Then 1px difference in vertical lines is impossible:
there can't be a rounding off, and all containers have got just the same
I found it can be simplified too, whereas there is no transparency of
the corners needed in your design.
The most wrappers you have, can be missed: in their place there can be
built some single <div></div>'s.
Testing the testpage (see sourcecode and css-file for notes): FF and IE
both happy (me too ;-) ): voila
Let the music play!
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