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Min Max for IE - FIX FOUND?

Sent by Ingo Chao on 31 May 2006 20:08


Bill Brown wrote:
>
> Turns out, it's a half fix. It DOES draw significant resources on very long
> pages. I've changed the * selector to a class (minMax) and applied the class to
> five elements, much like one applies a clearFix. I noticed a nearly neglible
> delay when I applied the class to more than five elements. Assuming that gets
> amplified by factors like pc speed, connection and so on, five seemed safe.
> 
> New Page: http://macnimble.com/sandbox/ieMinMax2.html
> 
> Is that faster Ingo? 

Thanks. Yes, this is much faster. Although fast selecting cross the 
lines still is delayed, but barely noticeable here.

Other testers  will test this with other configurations.

I think this method could become very useful.

What's mostly intriguing to me about this is that IE
> expressions are able to find the incorrectly named minWidth, maxWidth and
> maxHeight styles, presumably from the DOM? Even more fascinating is that it IS
> able to locate the min-height style using correct syntax.

I don't know if this is correct or incorrect.


Ingo
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