Thank you all for your responses!
> If you are using XHTML, you need it for self closing tags:
> <tag />
> If you are using HTML, you don't want it:
That was indeed the problem. I had an HTML Doctype. Problem is, the page won't come close to
validating with any of the XHTML Doctypes, and many of the problems are out of my control. This is
my first Ruby on Rails app and the tool is generating most of the tags. In reality, I have no idea
whether any of this is even related to the problem I'm trying to solve.
I'd really appreciate it if any of you would make a couple of minutes to take a look and let me
know. The site is at http://www.emrec-beta1.com .
There's a link at the bottom of the first page that takes you into the app. On the 'Patient
Information' page, enter something in the 'Last name' field. No additional info is required to
proceed. Four clicks takes you to the 'Medication allergies' page which is where the problem is.
Click in the 'Other Drug Allergies' checkbox. That brings up a form to enter stuff in. When items
are entered, the item is added to the database and a new line is rendered via Ajax in the div under
the 'Allergy List'. Each line has a button on it to remove that item from both the database and the
page. In IE it's ugly. In FF it's worse ;-( . If you go to the next page and add an item or two
you'll see where I started. I'm trying to change the links to buttons so that visitors using the
Google Web Accelerator don't have it removing items as soon as they add them.
Any suggestions / pointers will be sincerely appreciated!
Thanks in advance,
IE7b2 testing hub -- http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=IE7
List wiki/FAQ -- http://css-discuss.incutio.com/
Supported by evolt.org -- http://www.evolt.org/help_support_evolt/