IE6 rendering of nested ul: three issues
Sent by Geoffrey Hoffman on 19 April 2008 21:09
Wondering if it has to do with using multiple css classes on a single item.
IE 6 (not sure on 7, 8) won't handle two classes at once.
Have you tried making a "sublistdisplayed" single class?
On Sat, Apr 19, 2008 at 1:14 PM, Darren Best [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Since I was likely too verbose with my original post, here's a cut-down
> version of my IE6 (and IE7) issue:
> - Primary problem - nested lists don't display correctly, particularly
> the 2nd line item beneath "Services" and "Workshops" (extra bottom
> hover quirks). Curiously, nested list beneath "Resources" works fine!
> - Minor irritant - when the currently-displayed page is the "parent"
> li of a nested list, the effect that shows which link is currently
> encases the nested list, as well.
> - Minor irritant - The hover effect only works on the text of the line
> item, rather than the entire "button" area.
> http://www.unemployedhelp.on.ca/clientjobworkshop.html (one of the pages
> that shows the primary problem).
> http://www.unemployedhelp.on.ca/images/clientstyle.css (the stylesheet,
> lines 590-637, and 681-690).
> Darren Best
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