the only other quick fix i could recomend is to try forcing the parent
element #content, to "have layout", (eg position: relative;), that
usually fixes a multitude of peekaboo weirdness's
On having layout article:
On 4/19/06, Bryce Fields [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> We've encountered a strange CSS bug where I work. It occurs in IE6 on
> WinXP and is incredibly similar to the peekaboo bug in its behavior,
> but does not involve any floats.
> Here's a sample page:
> You'll notice when you view this page in IE6, you see the "Now you see
> me!", but not the "Now you don't!" text above it unless you scoll it
> off and back on the page, or highlight it. Just like the peekaboo bug
> in behavior.
> After experimentation, we've discovered these removing the empty span
> element made the whole problem disappear and that's what we ran with.
> But we've now had this same behavior pop up in instances which we
> cannot trace back to any one particular element and is not
> attributable to floated items (like the original peekaboo).
> Has anyone seen anything like this before, knows the cause of it, and
> knows how to prevent it from happening? If so, we'd love to hear how.
> BTW, for what it's worth, after experimenting w/ the above page, we
> found we can also remedy the problem by giving a padding:0 to #content
> or .content, or changing the background color on #content to
> Bryce Fields
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