maintaining site proportions across screen resolution -NOT Quite
Sent by Ian Young on 7 August 2007 13:01
> Subject: Re: [css-d] maintaining site proportions across screen
> resolution -NOT Quite
> On Aug 7, 2007, at 8:55 PM, Ian Young wrote:
> >> Pity really as it was beginning to look quite good across various
> >> screen
> >> resolutions. Looks as if Safari PC not too keen on position:absolute
> >> See http://www.iyesolutions.co.uk/templates/trossachs/index-4.html
> >> Any thoughts, folks?
> > I have prepared a simplified version at:
> > http://www.iyesolutions.co.uk/templates/trossachs/height-test.html
> > The style rules are in the header.
> > And it seems that it is the position:relative in the outer div
> > which is the
> > start of the issue for Safari
> I don't know which display you consider 'correct'. Latest Webkit
> build (post Safari 3.03b) and Opera 9.22 display exactly the same.
> If you wrap your 'Hello moto' in a <p>, then Fx 2.0, Opera, Webkit,
> Safari 3.0 and Minefield (FX 3 alpha) all agree.
In Safari PC, the script doesn't work at all, see
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