On May 20, 2008, at 10:10 AM, Kathy Wheeler wrote:
> am not sure if this is a css issue, html issue or browser rendering
> issue (leaning towards the latter myself) but it has me stumped.
> The following (Drupal generated) page validates XHTML 1.0 Strict and
> with only 2 minor css issues (max-min) I'm prepared to put up with.
> But when it is loaded with the #attachments reference in the url (the
> target is an id on the attachments table) instead of loading the
> whole page and jumping down to the target, everything on the page
> between the header image and attachments table simply disappears -
> including most of the menu!
> It's been tested to (mis)behave the same with SeaMonkey, Firefox,
> Safari and IE6, Mac and PC.
> I've gotten around the problem by stripping out any reference to
> "#attachments" in the link urls, but I would like to know if there is
> any way to get the old (jump down the *fully* rendered page) behavior
> back. Is there a css solution (preferred), html solution, or no real
That is a known side-effect of using overflow:hidden. As far as I can
tell, the browsers mentioned aren't doing anything wrong, or rather
they're doing what is expected: hide the overflown content.
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No real solutions, look for a slightly different technique.
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