Arno @ Raketnet wrote:
> I've tested this on PC in FF1053, NS8, Opera 8.53 and IE6 and it looks ok.
> Then the client tested the page in IE on his PC's and it goes wrong when
> clicking the links "evenementen" and "seminars".
> The client's using the exact same version of IE as I have.
I did not see any particular problem with either page.
Some overall observations:
1/ adding font-size: 100%; will fix the the fonts going goofy in IE on
zoom(the IE bug Georg Sortun mentioned.).
2/ you have 9 or 10 CSS errors that need attention.
3/ the pages are drawing an unnecessary h-scrollbar at 800
4/ the left side of the navigation link text are clipped in FF making
them somewhat unusable.
5/ all text shoots out the bottom of the container on font-zoom(not
declaring a height on the container will help).
The use of absolute positioning and setting heights on containers
plagues every site of yours that I have ever seen on this list. Float
layouts and letting content flow without vertical restriction is a much
more user friendly method of coping with the fluidity of the Web.
6/ I viewed this page <http://www.aave.info/Paperdesk/seminars.html>
three time before realizing that it was not necessary to use the back
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