On 19/04/2008, Geoffrey Hoffman [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Wondering if it has to do with using multiple css classes on a single
> IE 6 (not sure on 7, 8) won't handle two classes at once.
> Have you tried making a "sublistdisplayed" single class?
I gave that a try, rewriting the stylesheet with a single class for that
case. The results were the same :-( But wait... see below!
On 19/04/2008, Aleksandar Vaciæ [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Darren Best wrote:
> > - Primary problem - nested lists don't display correctly, particularly
> > the 2nd line item beneath "Services" and "Workshops" (extra bottom
> > padding,
> > hover quirks). Curiously, nested list beneath "Resources" works fine!
> Use the float:left + some width, for IE6 only, to resolve this.
Curiously, this solved my "minor irritant" below (the parent li selected no
longer encases the nested list below), but not the major problem.
> - Minor irritant - when the currently-displayed page is the "parent"
> > li of a nested list, the effect that shows which link is currently
> > displayed
> > encases the nested list, as well.
> Back to my primary problem: I couldn't figure how the nested list beneath
"Resources" was fine, but the other two were not. I hadn't seen anything
different in the XHTML between the two lists. So I decided to do what I
*should* have done first: validate the pages. Oops! I had neglected to
close the anchor tags on the first two sublists, and missed seeing this in
my visual examination! <bangs head on desk> OW! </bangs head on desk>
I know what I'll do next time before posting. (Yes, I remember reading upon
signing up for the list that I should do this.) My bad, lesson re-learned.
Sorry 'bout that!
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