vincent pollard wrote:
> hey rafael, thanks for your reply. the error was actually happening
> before we added that js file.
I guess that has nothing to do, then. Still, it would be good to
correct that issue (an HTML file served as JS).
> the quicklinks dropdown is .net control.
If you're using .Net 2+ you could consider using the CSS adapters.
> i heard safari sometimes doesn't like these but i can't work out how
> to fix it.
I can't blame it, you're serving ~100kB just in the ViewState field!
---the whole page is ~200kB.
Anyway, the problem is that the resulting DOM element in Safari
doesn't have the class applied to it, so there must be some issue with
your JS ---it seems to be generated dynamically---, check that code (I
really hope is easier to do so in your IDE). Good luck.
> does anyone have any experience with .net css adapters? maybe that
> would help?
Oh, I see you already know about them.
In big corps .Net 1.1 seems to be the standard (go figure), at least
around here, so I haven't had the opportunity to work with them.
Anyway, they seem to be just an easier way to change the "rendering"
(actual HTML send to the browser) of a control. This was already
possible in .Net 1.1 but you had to override the Render method (hence
effectively creating new controls), but then again, I haven't actually
player with them.
> On 21/03/2008, *Rafael* [EMAIL-REMOVED]
> [EMAIL-REMOVED]>> wrote:
> vincent pollard wrote:
>> on this site <http://www.cancercare.on.ca/> in Safari the dropdown menu is
>> too low and the Quicklinks dropdown refuses to take style.
>> any ideas why it's happening and how to fix it?
> The style I see in Fx (and that is missing in Safari) is
> because of the class "quickLinks" added to it, but in Safari it
> just isn't added at all. This might have something to do with your
> "swfobject.js" file that triggers a couple of errors in Safari
> (since it's actually an HTML file).
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