Re: [css-d] IE6 adds extra space before paragraph

2007-08-06 Thread Ingo Chao
Seona Bellamy wrote: http://www.dairyfarmers.com.au/df/ournews/latestnews/2007/07/25/from-rock---n-roll-to-rolling-hills So here's the code that sets up those two columns for the date and the text: #date { float: left; margin-left: 20px; font-weight: bold; color:

Re: [css-d] IE background position bug demo

2007-08-08 Thread Ingo Chao
Snadden Tim wrote: Recently I needed to set a background image on body in order to create full height faux columns. I found that if font size is set on body that IE still uses the default font size to position the background image. To get around it I ended up putting the background image on a

Re: [css-d] drop down menu problem ? CSS or JS issue

2007-08-11 Thread Ingo Chao
Peter Elias wrote: http://www.virtualpooh.com/pn/index.php here, there is a general ruleset for table, div table, div {...} without a width setting. But http://www.fhcaweb.dreamhosters.com/index.php here, the table and the dynamenu table rules both apply a width of 90%. The drop down is

Re: [css-d] Why does this display differently in a div? Link attached.

2007-08-12 Thread Ingo Chao
Robert Tilley wrote: The paragraph styling in this page displays correctly when the page's URL is directly viewed. There is just one rule p { color: white; font-size: 1.2em; } When visited from the drop-down menu, it displays in a smaller font and is differently colored. Why this

Re: [css-d] Help! Can't make my dropdown work in IE

2007-08-13 Thread Ingo Chao
On Aug 13, 2007, at 1:18 PM, Ingo Chao wrote: Chris Rahe wrote: http://www.bremenhospital.org/testsite/pages/specialists.html Specialities button: IE is not able to determine the static position of an absolutely positioned block. So, if you swap left: -999px to 'auto' on hover

Re: [css-d] Help! Can't make my dropdown work in IE

2007-08-13 Thread Ingo Chao
Chris Rahe wrote: ... Can anyone take a look at http://www.bremenhospital.org/testsite/ pages/specialists.html and see if they can figure out what I'm doing wrong? ... Specialities button: IE is not able to determine the static position of an absolutely positioned block. So, if you swap

Re: [css-d] problems with absolute positioned DIV in IE 6

2007-08-13 Thread Ingo Chao
Christian Kirchhoff wrote: ... http://www.digitale-bibliothek.de/Maschinentechniker/METS2/index.htm here, the slider is visible, its the other 2a link below that misses the slider. ... Anyway the slider does not appear in IE 6. Position and size are defined in the html document:

Re: [css-d] Everything looks great...except Safari!

2007-08-16 Thread Ingo Chao
Jason Ogle wrote: ... You forgot to test in Opera, too. And what validation? Now look what's happening to my tour dates and recent media columns. Anybody with Safari be able to check this out and hook a brotha up with the right (or better) way to do this?

Re: [css-d] IE6: selects appear above objects of higher z-index

2007-08-16 Thread Ingo Chao
Barney Carroll wrote: Hello list, I'm getting a nasty little déja-vu over a device on my site whereby a javascript-powered pseudo-popup with unconstestably high x-index is getting poluted by select elements in the form under it. ... A select is a windowed object in IE7 [1] and resides

Re: [css-d] IE6 positioning problem

2007-08-16 Thread Ingo Chao
Shelman, Mark / SRC wrote: Hello List, At www.src.org http://www.src.org/ I am encountering an IE6 positioning problem that seems (?) to be in the Peek-a-boo family of bugs. ... Sorry, I cannot reproduce the bug on src.org In IE6, the initial rendering matches that of FF2, and looks

Re: [css-d] IE 6 Image Rendering

2007-08-18 Thread Ingo Chao
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ... I'm having some issues with IE 6 displaying images on dynamically created DOM elements. ... .labelReq { color: #000; font-family: Tahoma, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 11px; background: url(/icon_requiredField.gif) no-repeat center right;

Re: [css-d] Site Review Request (Win IE 5.5, 6 and Mac)

2007-08-18 Thread Ingo Chao
Francesco (Sin City Creative) wrote: ... http://newsite.omedix.com/ Safari 2 shows a color mismatch of some backgrounds. http://www.satzansatz.de/alien/omedix.png Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html __ css-discuss

Re: [css-d] Reposting: Absolute Floated Layout

2007-08-20 Thread Ingo Chao
Elli Vizcaino wrote: ... Is there a way to combine floated divs with absolute positioned divs for layout, without having the page behave erratically across several browsers? The pages (both are live samples of the templates we work with) in question are: http://www.nj.com/news/

Re: [css-d] simple css question

2007-08-20 Thread Ingo Chao
Joel D Canfield wrote: ... this list's archives (where would those be, I wonder?) for more details. http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=SearchCssDiscussList Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html __ css-discuss [EMAIL

Re: [css-d] Inline list IE7 problem

2007-08-20 Thread Ingo Chao
David Boddie wrote: Hey everyone, It's been a while since I posted. I'm having a weird problem with a inline list menu I'm building. The last li item seems to have something pushing it up about 2 pixels,... You've already changed your test case. Here is a bug reduction. The li itself is

Re: [css-d] CSS shadows for centered images

2007-08-28 Thread Ingo Chao
Dan Craciun wrote: I'm using Gallery 2.2 and the old slider theme. I'm trying to modify it so it shows a shadow with the main img. (10 px shadow on the right and bottom, gif created in photoshop). For 3 hours now I can't convince the shadow div (umbra) to collapse *and* keep it's alignment

Re: [css-d] Firefox 2.0.0.6 printing issue

2007-08-28 Thread Ingo Chao
Brian Walk wrote: ... Using Firefox 2.0.0.6, go to www.niu.edu/phys_plant/departments/maintenance.shtml and do a print preview. You will notice that Firefox is dividing the page up into three sections: the header, which only features the logo; the content area, which cuts off some content

Re: [css-d] IE6 Content Duplication

2007-08-30 Thread Ingo Chao
John Gribben wrote: ... http://windows.pedrera.com/clients/tierney/bayerpmp/newsletterhtml/ At the bottom of the page, part of the final list item (Pest Control) is weirdly duplicated. ... Most probably it is related to the double html comments in your file. Remove them. See PIE for a

Re: [css-d] Transparent div with opaque text.

2007-09-01 Thread Ingo Chao
brian wrote: Ingo Chao wrote: brian wrote: That's not true. The part you've been missing is the sizingMethod param to AlphaImageLoader() [1]. You need to scale it. Yes, but you cannot stretch any image that is more complex. Stretching a marguerite my look like a rose, though. Who said

Re: [css-d] IE 6 menu problem

2007-09-14 Thread Ingo Chao
JGardner wrote: Hello, I am working on a drop down navigation - it looks/works correctly in IE7 and Firefox, but not IE 6. I would appreciate any guidance to fixing this. You can see the page here - http://www.jgardnerdesigns.com/web-design-services.htm Thanks, Jennifer you have

Re: [css-d] :: Opera/9.23 Mac ::

2007-09-15 Thread Ingo Chao
David Laakso wrote: http://www.chelseacreekstudio.com/ca/cssd/sm-chg/ For example, the ul numeral b01/b should be red. And it is red in both OS at 100%. But Opera/Mac /does not retain the red color/ at 90% and below, or at 110% and up. On this test page with the ul isolated there is no

Re: [css-d] Double margin float bug revisited

2007-09-19 Thread Ingo Chao
The behavior is noticeable on margin-left + float: right too (which is not the case for the doubled margin bug, or was it the other way round?). And the resulting margin is positive if a negative margin is used as a basis. Strange thing. Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html

Re: [css-d] Fwd: CSS Issue

2007-09-19 Thread Ingo Chao
Mark Finney wrote: http://www.helpusmarry.co.uk/jessie/editorial/ Cannot see the page in IE, I think its due to the self-enclosing script tag you use. Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html __ css-discuss [EMAIL

Re: [css-d] Safari background issue

2007-09-20 Thread Ingo Chao
Mark Senff wrote: I use a PC so I can't test it in Safari -- hopefully we will hear that less and less now that the Windows version of Safari is pretty much 99% the same as the Mac version. ;) That's not correct; you can't test a Safari 2.0.4 issue with the Safari 3.0 beta

Re: [css-d] Safari background issue

2007-09-20 Thread Ingo Chao
Seona Bellamy wrote: http://www.subaru.com.au/about-subaru/subaru-advantage/ . Got it. The topnav is followed by an empty clearing element. Inserting a quick fix seems to solve the issue, at least on my local testcase. div style=clear: both;Hello List/div div id=bannerswf style=overflow:

Re: [css-d] CSS Eleven

2007-10-20 Thread Ingo Chao
Elias Abunassar wrote: Found an interesting, self-appointed CSS Working Group: Hmm, I was not asked. Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html __ css-discuss [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [css-d] CSS with flash

2007-10-22 Thread Ingo Chao
Terry O'Leary wrote: Hi all Dont shout if this is not a CSS problem but a flash one as i'm a little unsure. I have a flash banner that is L shaped and i have set the background to transparent using wmode. The Div is have containing the text nicely nestles in the bend of the L on IE7 and

Re: [css-d] IE Issue Causing me problems

2007-10-22 Thread Ingo Chao
Alan Chandler wrote: ... In firefox I can make this overall area position itself under the header and fill the rest of the browser window with the following css #loginContent { position:absolute; top:140px; left:0px; bottom:0px; width:100%;

Re: [css-d] Wrapper is not wrapping...footer is at the top

2007-10-22 Thread Ingo Chao
Jeralyn Merideth wrote: Hi group. I need more help! This project is quickly becoming the bain of my existence! I don't know why, but the wrapper, is not acting like a wrapper. Inside dreamweaver, when I click on the wrapper div, it's just a couple pixels high and everything else if falling

Re: [css-d] drop down bug in IE6

2007-10-27 Thread Ingo Chao
Hi Mauricio, Mauricio Samy Silva wrote: Test case is here: http://www.maujorsite.com/temp/teste.html When we open the 2nd and 3th level submenus the links left, right and bottom borders are missed in IE5.0 IE5.5 IE6 (don't test in IE7 until now). If the submenu are closed and then

Re: [css-d] drop down bug in IE6

2007-10-27 Thread Ingo Chao
and then re-opens, bingo! the borders was there! From: Ingo Chao [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Mauricio Samy Silva [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [css-d] List css-d@lists.css-discuss.org 1-) I've tried another attempt. Instead

Re: [css-d] How z-index works

2007-10-29 Thread Ingo Chao
Thierry Koblentz wrote: I'd appreciate any comments that would help me improve this tool: http://tjkdesign.com/articles/z-index/teach_yourself_how_elements_stack.asp Thanks, -- Regards, Thierry | http://www.TJKDesign.com Good test. You might say that a relatively positioned element

Re: [css-d] Site Review, IE Problems // World Disability Day.com

2007-10-30 Thread Ingo Chao
Rahul Gonsalves wrote: Hello. The following site is behaving rather badly in Internet Explorer. I wonder whether anybody has any suggestions as to how to get the 'splash' text correctly, or whether my current method of positioning things is a bad one, etc.

Re: [css-d] IE6 png fix problem / behavior property

2007-11-01 Thread Ingo Chao
Mark Senff wrote: Hey all, Here's one of those stupid problems again Let's say my DIV structure is like this: div id=mainBlock div id=menuBlockmenu goes here, blablabla/div /div For a specific reason, I want to use a PNG file with alpha transparency as the background of the main

Re: [css-d] Background disappears on Mac dropdowns break in IE7

2007-11-01 Thread Ingo Chao
Christy Gurga wrote: ... The site I'm working on: http://www.mtassisi.org ... 2) Background color not showing up on a Mac My #content div has a white background, which isn't showing up in Safari or FF for Mac. ... It should not, because it does not contain it's floating #main and #side

Re: [css-d] New url for disappearing content issue in ie6

2007-11-05 Thread Ingo Chao
Jenn Mears wrote: ... http://www.bipster.com/beta/order_credit.html Mainly, my issue is that the page's side navigation and content is not showing up, just the top banner. This should be the path to the CSS: http://www.bipster.com/beta/order.css ... top_banner / side_nav /

Re: [css-d] Valid yet invalid layout

2007-11-06 Thread Ingo Chao
Pete Harrison wrote: I've taken over a simple design at http://www.squaremilemag.com/n3-index.asp which has a couple of issues. I cannot see why there is a gap between the main content area and the header2 red band across the page, and in IE6, the sidebar menu overlaps the main content area

Re: [css-d] WebYep page and large white gap in IE6

2007-11-12 Thread Ingo Chao
Ian Piper wrote: ... http://www.rozone.co.uk/test/pages/pages/rozone_direct.php ... #contentContainer needs a haslayout trigger. Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html __ css-discuss [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [css-d] link image background problem w/IE 6 (natch)

2007-11-16 Thread Ingo Chao
Tim Ware wrote: I created a link class to have a background image on linked text where needed: a.checkbox { background:url(/healthcare/_img/Pencil.gif) no-repeat 100% 50%; padding-right:20px; } The above adds a checkbox to the right of the linked text, and it

Re: [css-d] Positioning an element - the limits

2007-11-19 Thread Ingo Chao
Robert James wrote: ... I'd like to position an element at the bottom of the screen. This is easy, using position: fixed and bottom: ...px. However, on screens higher than 600px, I'd like to fix it at 600px from the top. That is, if the screen is shorter than 600px, push it to the bottom

Re: [css-d] background problem in IE6 using class selectors

2007-11-22 Thread Ingo Chao
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, This is weird, I've googled long time and I cannot find solution. It happens only on IE6. Sorry, but I cannot put online case right now, here is just the code. Scenario 1: You should see text on blue background of div #wrapper ... style type=text/css

Re: [css-d] How to make a relative positionned DIV invisible to flow ?

2007-11-22 Thread Ingo Chao
Sébastien FICHOT wrote: Hello ! I would like that DIV #Reactions-Blog is displayed on the right, and that his height not added in top of article title (IE). It is a reltive positionned DIV, with extra Top and Left positions. With FF, I have a more important problem, since the whole DIV

Re: [css-d] background problem in IE6 using class selectors

2007-11-22 Thread Ingo Chao
. In my real case the troubling element was deep inside of DOM tree so I've just moved the style selector to the first logical element up. Cheers :) Ingo Chao wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, This is weird, I've googled long time and I cannot find solution. It happens only on IE6

Re: [css-d] background problem in IE6 using class selectors

2007-11-22 Thread Ingo Chao
Bruno Fassino wrote: On Nov 22, 2007 Ingo Chao wrote: Good. In case someone else could veryfy this fix, I'd appreciate it. @importing two stylesheets should be similar to having two style-blocks, or shouldn't it? This is what I see after some quick tests (as Georg said, these things

Re: [css-d] absolute positioned dropdown going wrong in IE

2007-11-24 Thread Ingo Chao
Eystein Alnaes wrote: ... http://edb.episerverhotell.net/en/Bransjer/Handel-og-Industri/Minibanktjenester/ The dropdown under the Bransjer tab is unclickable on the part that should be hovering over the div class=secton article. ... In all IE, any element that has position:relative and

[css-d] Should z-index apply to elements with opacity 1.0 ?

2007-11-25 Thread Ingo Chao
Hi, Safari Webkit, Firefox 3b and Opera 9.5b render this test different: http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/tmp/opacity/ #stackA { opacity: 0.66; z-index: 2; background: red; width: 300px; height: 300px; } #stackA p { position: relative;

Re: [css-d] Should z-index apply to elements with opacity

2007-11-25 Thread Ingo Chao
Alan Gresley wrote: Ingo Chao wrote: Hi, Safari Webkit, Firefox 3b and Opera 9.5b render this test different: http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/tmp/opacity/ ... Screenshots: http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/tmp/opacity/webkit.png http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/tmp/opacity/fx.png http

Re: [css-d] Should z-index apply to elements with opacity

2007-11-25 Thread Ingo Chao
Thank you Philippe and Alan for the clarification and extensive testing, much appreciated. For WebKit's part, I filed http://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=16130 regards, Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html __

Re: [css-d] IE7 zoom breaking the Holy Grail layout

2007-11-26 Thread Ingo Chao
David Laakso wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I notice that the Holy Grail layout on A List Apart (http://www.alistapart.com/articles/holygrail) breaks in IE7 when the zoom feature is used. The columns appear to shift horizontally as the zoom is increased or decreased. This is a

Re: [css-d] IE7 zoom breaking the Holy Grail layout

2007-11-26 Thread Ingo Chao
Ingo Chao wrote: David Laakso wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I notice that the Holy Grail layout on A List Apart (http://www.alistapart.com/articles/holygrail) breaks in IE7 when the zoom feature is used. The columns appear to shift horizontally as the zoom is increased

Re: [css-d] Dropdown menu not working in IE + Site test

2007-11-27 Thread Ingo Chao
Keno Multimedia wrote: ... Could I please have a cross browser check and help with a horizontal menu that won't drop down in IE !! http://www.sun-safe.com.au/ http://www.sun-safe.com.au/default-stylesheet.css http://www.sun-safe.com.au/IE.css

Re: [css-d] Problem with values in form fields

2007-12-01 Thread Ingo Chao
Marje Cannon wrote: For some reason, the values within the form fields are too high in FF, but not IE... does anyone have a clue why this is happening. http://www.webdesignsarasota.com/contact.php The stylesheet is located here

Re: [css-d] How will firefox 3 affect web developers?

2007-12-03 Thread Ingo Chao
Rick Faircloth wrote: ... Some developers are idealists who want to live in the world *they* develop as far as what browsers deserve attention and development time. The rest of us live in the real world. I challenge any developer to ... You can't expect them to explore IE only. It

Re: [css-d] problems with CSS and floats

2007-12-08 Thread Ingo Chao
Rick Faircloth wrote: I consider philosophical questions about CSS design that impact daily work just as legitimate as How do I make a font red?, if not more so... Does your philosophical attempt include to allege that some on this list have a 'Taliban' mentality? Ingo --

Re: [css-d] Suckerfish menu is funky in IE7

2007-12-11 Thread Ingo Chao
Ben Fider wrote: ... http://fiderweb.com/z/ looks like a sticky hover bug in IE7 http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/pseudocss.html#stickyhover Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html __ css-discuss [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [css-d] IE6 Vanishing Link on Position

2007-12-14 Thread Ingo Chao
Joshua Kappers wrote: ... I have a fieldset with a div inside it. The div is relative positioned. I have a link inside the div that I want to absolute position to the top right of the div. However, when I add position relative to the link, it vanishes in IE6. There are NO other styles on the

Re: [css-d] Position cities on map -- css only

2007-12-21 Thread Ingo Chao
Jesper Rønn-Jensen wrote: I made two maps using CSS to position cities on a map http://justaddwater.dk/2007/12/21/map-with-positions-in-css/ There is an IE6 bug in the lower example. Do you have any idea on what's going on? Isn't this a guillotine?

Re: [css-d] Layout Overflow issue

2007-12-21 Thread Ingo Chao
Philippe Wittenbergh wrote: ... You can safely drop the '-moz-opacity'. Gecko browsers support the 'opacity' property since at least Firefox 1.0, if not earlier. Nice side note. Is it common consent to drop workarounds for Fx pre 0.9? :)

Re: [css-d] Use of !ie and !important

2008-01-03 Thread Ingo Chao
Nancy E. Sosna Bohm wrote: Often I find a pixel or two difference between FireFox and IE7, mostly due to my use of borders and padding. I have been extensively using !ie at the end of a style declaration to correct this in IE7. This is similar to the !important used to target both FF and IE7,

Re: [css-d] Use of !ie and !important

2008-01-04 Thread Ingo Chao
Alan Gresley wrote: ... Can someone let me in what is meant with !ie hack and point me to a reference? Ingo It's an invalid hack [1] used to target IE7. Almost any word can be used after ! in the important identifier. [1] http://www.webdevout.net/css-hacks#unrecommended-important_ie

Re: [css-d] Auto-Sizing a div or span tag

2008-01-04 Thread Ingo Chao
Bruno Fassino wrote: ... Unfortunately this shrink-to-fit effect can only be obtained as a side effect of other properties ... Interesting aspect. Is there a need for properties that transport such a concept like shrink-to-fit more directly, without these implications that properties like

Re: [css-d] Alignment Problem

2008-01-11 Thread Ingo Chao
Brian Simmons wrote: Can you all tell me why in Firefox this page is dropping the content down. This is not happening in IE. http://208.106.151.24/turner/ Collapsing margins (CSS2.1:8.3.1). The margin-top:87px of #menu collapses with the adjoining vertical margins of h1, #header, #wrapper.

Re: [css-d] suckerfish dropdowns hiding behind graphics

2008-01-15 Thread Ingo Chao
Chris Kavinsky wrote: I'm running into a problem using a combination of suckerfish dropdown menus and background image replacement w/ suckerfish dropdown menus. In a nutshell, I have 2 sets of horizontal navigations using suckerfish. The top is all text, the second is using image replacement.

Re: [css-d] items in ul-lists give z-index problems in ie

2008-01-15 Thread Ingo Chao
Martin Möller wrote: Dear List, i have a markup like this: ul li (left floating) div class=previewa href=#img/a/div div class=big-imageimg + text/div /li li div class=previewa href=#img/a/div div class=big-imageimg + text/div

[css-d] homogeneous horizontal arrangement of images

2008-01-21 Thread Ingo Chao
http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd; html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml; xml:lang=en lang=en head title/title meta http-equiv=content-type content=text/html; charset=utf-8 / meta name=author content=Ingo Chao / style type=text/css #wrapper

Re: [css-d] Positioning within a table cell?

2008-01-31 Thread Ingo Chao
If the height is known, then establishing a line-box with the same line-height=height should allow for vertical-aligning a descendant at the bottom of the cell. http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/tmp/tablebottom.html In theory. Practically, IE7 and lower would need a display:inline-block hackery,

Re: [css-d] IE7 needs both width and min-width

2008-01-31 Thread Ingo Chao
Jason Crosse wrote: After a day of plenty of swearing, I seem to have found something out that I think I should have known about before. I'm posting in the hope it will help out some other hapless web developer and prevent some nasty monitor-forehead interfacing. For some reason, I know

Re: [css-d] Safari reading IE comments

2008-01-31 Thread Ingo Chao
jeffrey morin wrote: Hi everyone, Has anyone ever come across a case where Safari will actually read what is in your IE conditional comments? i have never seen this before but am getting that now. IE conditionals are being used to deliver certain jsp files to certain versions but safari is

Re: [css-d] help! with IE7 BG not at full height, and no footer colour..

2008-01-31 Thread Ingo Chao
Rob freeman wrote: Hi everyone, Im having a few problems in IE displaying a repeated background (faux columns). also at the bottom of the page I have a footer which doesnt display the background colour but has the working links?? ... http://www.twistedjunkie.eclipse.co.uk/index009.html

Re: [css-d] multiple dropdowns on same page

2008-02-03 Thread Ingo Chao
Cheryl Amato wrote: I have a page that needs to use the son of suckerfish dropdowns in 2 locations. I am also implementing the javascript that makes them keyboard accessible. In FF and IE7, the 2nd set of drop downs work although not from the keyboard. In IE6, they don't work at all. Can

Re: [css-d] css menu text misplaced

2008-02-03 Thread Ingo Chao
Shanna Korby wrote: The text in each link is at the top of the 'box'. How do I move the text down without moving the a:focus background? http://korbyimagery.com/ab/ Did not test it in IE, but setting a line-height of 30px on li or a should move the text down, at least in Firefox. Ingo --

Re: [css-d] start an ordered list at a number 1

2008-02-07 Thread Ingo Chao
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Is there a way to start an ordered list at anything other than 1? I'm having a problem with QA type of page that numbers the questions, but it also needs some blubs between the questions. Kind of like below: ol liblahblah?br fieldset /li need to

Re: [css-d] to center a fixed width website

2008-02-07 Thread Ingo Chao
Arlen Walker wrote: On Feb 7, 2008, at 3:50 AM, Lee Bettridge wrote: Is their a better way of doing it than this ? Oh great googily-moogily yes. CSS html { text-align: center; } body { width: 800px; margin-right: auto; margin-left: auto; text- align: left; } (Why use a wrapper div

Re: [css-d] Suckerfish Drop-Down breaks on IE6

2008-02-07 Thread Ingo Chao
John Gribben wrote: Hello, I'm trying to make a sucker-fish-style drop-down menu (a hybrid that also uses sprites for the top level items), but it's not working on IE6. There seems to be a problem with the content div that sits immediately below the menu. If I isolate the menu from

Re: [css-d] Suckerfish Drop-Down breaks on IE6

2008-02-08 Thread Ingo Chao
John Gribben wrote: John Gribben wrote: http://windows.pedrera.com/clients/greenbaum/nav.asp There is a conceptual problem and a bug. z-index does apply to positioned elements only. ... From the inside: The second level has z-index+position, but it is nested inside positioned elements

Re: [css-d] Problem with floated links at right of page in FF

2008-02-09 Thread Ingo Chao
Janie Hadsel wrote: ... http://www.hadseldesign.com/projects.html . Here's my problem, when you click on a link in either the main navigation or the sidebar links FF places a faint dotted line around the link that extends all the way across the page to the left side. It is intended as an

[css-d] position:absolute bottom:0 not at the bottom

2008-02-24 Thread Ingo Chao
Here's a little bug in IE6 that is annoying me for a while now. See http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/tmp/aposwrong.html and http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/tmp/aposwrong.png There is a 1px gap below the red block that is absolutely positioned (bottom:0) inside its containing black block. (In

Re: [css-d] position:absolute bottom:0 not at the bottom

2008-02-24 Thread Ingo Chao
Hi, thanks for taking the time. Georg and Bruno, thanks for the analysis. This is an odd bug. Bruno, your test case is great, thanks for the expression! Usamah: Removing the font-size declaration did not fix the issue when testing with different fonts and Browser-text-zoom settings. It depends

[css-d] IE8 beta1 parses IE5 mac band pass filter

2008-03-06 Thread Ingo Chao
This is red in IE8 /*\*//*/ body {background:red !important} /**/ http://www.stopdesign.com/examples/ie5mac-bpf/ IE8 is reading styles that were meant to be served to IE-mac. tested with IE8 VPC image on XP 2 could someone please confirm? Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html

Re: [css-d] IE8 beta1 parses IE5 mac band pass filter

2008-03-06 Thread Ingo Chao
Bruno Fassino wrote: On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 10:47 AM, Ingo Chao [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is red in IE8 /*\*//*/ body {background:red !important} /**/ http://www.stopdesign.com/examples/ie5mac-bpf/ IE8 is reading styles that were meant to be served to IE-mac. Yes, I see

Re: [css-d] IE8 is better but still slightly broken

2008-03-06 Thread Ingo Chao
Its cool to have the option to see a page live in one of the three compatibility modes you choose (Quirks, Strict IE7, and Standards IE8) when the developer tools are opened. Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html http://www.dolphinsback.com

Re: [css-d] IE8 developer tools and toggling was (IE8 is better but still slightly broken)

2008-03-06 Thread Ingo Chao
So if I download the developer tools the below issue is re-solved? The developer tool is already included. Its the last button to the right, an blue arrow. It opens a window behind the actual IE8 window, so you have to make room to see it. Then click on view|change compatibility mode.

Re: [css-d] IE8 developer tools and toggling

2008-03-06 Thread Ingo Chao
Alan Gresley wrote: Ingo Chao wrote: So if I download the developer tools the below issue is re-solved? The developer tool is already included. Its the last button to the right, an blue arrow. It opens a window behind the actual IE8 window, so you have to make room to see it. Then click

Re: [css-d] IE8 is better but ... X-UA-Compatible response header

2008-03-07 Thread Ingo Chao
Setting the X-UA-Compatible response header has some aspects I find remarkable. meta http-equiv=X-UA-Compatible content=IE=6 or meta http-equiv=X-UA-Compatible content=IE=5 ... - content=IE=5 or content=IE=6 throws IE8b1 in quirksmode, even if the document has a standards Doctype. while -

Re: [css-d] css validation error

2008-03-11 Thread Ingo Chao
The html validator indicates a BOM in addition -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html http://www.dolphinsback.com __ css-discuss [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.css-discuss.org/mailman/listinfo/css-d List wiki/FAQ --

Re: [css-d] IE6 z-index position element stacking problem

2008-03-11 Thread Ingo Chao
Sandy wrote: or so i think. http://accuray.com/ my flash menu is in an absolutely position div. in ie6 ONLY, when you roll over products or patients, the menu is cut off at the bottom of the drop down. I tried fooling around with the other positioned elements or removing them

Re: [css-d] PNG transparency in IE6 and below

2008-03-13 Thread Ingo Chao
Geoffrey Hoffman wrote: Can someone point me to a solution for PNG transparency in IE 6 that works on tiling background images? (If such as solution exists...) There are solutions for PNG background-images, they none of them can tile or position this image, for example

Re: [css-d] PNG transparency in IE6 and below

2008-03-13 Thread Ingo Chao
Geoffrey Hoffman wrote: For anyone reading this post in the future, I thought I'd reply to my own post. For those of you who say it can't be done, at least in IE6, I have a solution working... I haven't checked it in IE 5.5 or below. What I discovered is that background-repeat:repeat-x

Re: [css-d] PNG transparency in IE6 and below

2008-03-13 Thread Ingo Chao
Geoffrey Hoffman wrote: I don't know what you mean by complex alpha, but I have a 32-bit png (it's just black fading to transparent, a 25x25px png, eg yes it is a a nice soft 8-bit alpha) that acts as a shadow on both sides of a site that has a table floated in the center and the png tiles

[css-d] X-UA-Compatible vs. Conditional Comments

2008-03-13 Thread Ingo Chao
I don't know if it has been reported before. Both files just differ in the X-UA and the headline, see below http://www.satzansatz.de/ie8/xua8.html shows the generated content and the Conditional Comment for IE8 Correct http://www.satzansatz.de/ie8/xua7.html does not show the generated content,

Re: [css-d] X-UA-Compatible vs. Conditional Comments

2008-03-14 Thread Ingo Chao
Alex Robinson wrote: http://www.satzansatz.de/ie8/xua7.html does not show the generated content, but the Conditional Comment for _IE8_ Is this expected? Even if the X-UA-Compatible is set to IE=7, the conditional comment acts as if this is IE8? I noticed this when I added conditional

Re: [css-d] IE8 breaks layout

2008-03-18 Thread Ingo Chao
Tony Crockford wrote: http://www.hyperhappen.com/ is the site, can anyone see what the issue might be? I wrote the css a long time ago and IE7 was quite happy with it, but IE8 is cutting elements and backgrounds off. it seems to be not wrapping floated elements properly, but I can't be

Re: [css-d] make link non-clickable

2008-03-18 Thread Ingo Chao
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: this exists in content a href=www.somewhere.comlink/a if there any way to make that link non-clickable only with css You could replace the entire page by a large PNG. Ingo -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html http://www.dolphinsback.com

Re: [css-d] IE doesn't load css

2008-03-25 Thread Ingo Chao
Matt wrote: One of my sites in IE (6,7) sometimes doesn't load CSS - it seems it loads just portions of it but not all. Refresh with SHIFT usually helps but not always. Whenever we update css we create a new path (version) in the URL for example

Re: [css-d] Should we start using inline-block?

2008-04-06 Thread Ingo Chao
Pentasis wrote: Soon FF3 will be out. As far as I know it will support the display:inline-block property. Opera and Safari already support it, and IE6 and IE7 support it partially with a relatively simply workaround. So, should we abandon the search for the holy grail for multi-column

Re: [css-d] IE bug with background images on multi-line inline links

2008-04-06 Thread Ingo Chao
Adi Palazova wrote: Hello everyone, I think that many of us have seen the IE bug with background images on multi-line inline links. I’ve described three possible CSS workarounds here: http://adipalaz.awardspace.com/linksbg-en.html These fixes are really simple and I hope they can help

Re: [css-d] Help with the C in CSS

2008-04-07 Thread Ingo Chao
Michael Adams wrote: ... Then you have four factors involved which should be taken into account in the following order: weight, origin, specificity, sort order. But you didn't ask about them CSS 2.1:6.4.1 -4 says: if two declarations have the same weight, origin and specificity, the

Re: [css-d] Clear a width wider than viewport

2008-04-08 Thread Ingo Chao
Mark Finney wrote: Dear List, Not sure how I can force a container div to enclose the full width of its child. Can't explain the problem clearly, so visit the link to see an example of the issue. http://cathaytrade.co.uk/widercontent/ You could float the wrapper or apply

Re: [css-d] Negative margins versus Positioning

2008-04-26 Thread Ingo Chao
Ingo Chao wrote: ... Negative margins move the outer edge of an element inwards, this can make an element move, since the surrounding still touches the outer edge [1]. ... [1] http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/companions.html sorry. -- http://www.satzansatz.de/css.html http

Re: [css-d] Safari nested UL that is position: absolute invisible.

2008-04-29 Thread Ingo Chao
Sandy wrote: I have this site which has a js nav. It's pretty simple, when you roll over an LI, the nested UL is supposed to display. And in all browsers except Safari, it does. This isn't a JS problem because removing the JS and saying display: block on the UL does not help, its still

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