On 3/3/10 9:47 PM, Chakravarthy, Srikanth wrote: [...] Now is there any way I can identify what CSS properties are not behaving properly in IE6? Is there any way that I can make the pages compatible with IE6? Any reference link or suggestion will be of immense help. The first thing to
In addition to other advice, you may find that starting with a blank css sheet and adding in each instruction one by one, and seeing how each has an effect on the content. Ok, seems obvious, but this will a) provide you with information on how each instruction is working, either adversely or by
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It should be like this: div id=topTop Header.../div ul liblah blah blah/li liblah blah blah/li /ul a href=#topback to top/a And, fyi: Note that in XHTML 1.0, the name attribute of these elements is formally deprecated, and will be removed in a subsequent version of XHTML.
Hi, Thanks for all the inputs. I will not be able to provide a link to the page. I will definitely take all your advice and try sorting out the properties that do not work with IE6. Thanks Srikanth -Original Message- From: li...@webstandardsgroup.org