Thanks for the reply!
The problem isn't the postion of the footer..
the problem is, that after the Ajax.Updater call.. the overall height
of the page that sits above the footer is heigher.. therefore the
footer should drop down accorrdingly.. but it doesn't in IE7. it sits
where it used us...
On Jul 1, 10:20 pm, david <david.brill...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Just a guess, could'nt you try to set a position value to the
> footer ?? perhaps toIE7only ??
> btw, I am sure that help will come quicker in a CSS group :))
> On 30 juin, 15:43, mtm81 <i...@patchworkmedia.co.uk> wrote:
> > InIE7, the following page loads some content in two areas of the page
> > using an AJAX.Updater call.
> > All very simple.
> > However, at the bottom of the page a footer with a negative margin to
> > get it into position.
> > On all the other "non ajax" pages of the site, this CSS layout works
> > without issue, however on the page causing a problem, when the main
> > content is reloaded (and therefore the overall height of the page is
> > changed), the footer does not re-position.
> > this isIE7only..
> > can anyone shed any light on how I can stop this happening?
> > then click any of the options within the pie chart...
> > cheers- Hide quoted text -
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