[WSG] IE 6 Nightmares

2010-04-27 Thread Jason Byer
Hello, I've been racking my brain trying to solve a CSS problem and I was hoping somebody here can point me in the right direction. I'm developing a site that has to work in all modern browsers and IE 6. Here is the link to a sample page: http://www.jasonbyer.com/dev/new/ The problem

[WSG] Re: WSG Digest

2010-04-27 Thread Rachael Furn
Hi Jason, It looks like you need to set a width on #mainContent. The tricky part comes in deciding what to set this width as. If you set a width on it of something like 800px (assuming your screen is large enough), and then adjust that width greater and smaller, you should be able to see how it

RE: [WSG] IE 6 Nightmares

2010-04-27 Thread Thierry Koblentz
I’ve been racking my brain trying to solve a CSS problem and I was hoping somebody here can point me in the right direction.  I’m developing a site that has to work in all modern browsers and IE 6.  Here is the link to a sample page: http://www.jasonbyer.com/dev/new/ The problem that I’m having

Re: [WSG] IE 6 Nightmares

2010-04-27 Thread Jon @ The PixelForge
To concur with Thierry, the float on #mainContent appears unnecessary on this page. Give it a margin, or padding, to push the content off the left bar and you should be good to go. Regards, Jon Warner http://thepixelforge.net/ On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 11:24 PM, Thierry Koblentz

RE: [WSG] IE 6 Nightmares

2010-04-27 Thread Thierry Koblentz
To concur with Thierry, the float on #mainContent appears unnecessary on this page. Give it a margin, or padding, to push the content off the left bar and you should be good to go. These two containers are siblings, so if the OP uses padding or margin to push the content off the left bar he

[WSG] .NET Remoting Activex Javascript not working in IE8

2010-04-27 Thread Sivaramakrishnan.S
Hi All, I have a desktop toolbar, that calls various websites through activex javascript -REMOTING. This works fine in IE6. But active x is not getting invoked in IE8 browser. I have enabled the download of signed and unsigned activex control as suggested in microsoft website, but it does not

RE: [WSG] IE 6 Nightmares

2010-04-27 Thread AGerasimchuk
I faced several similar problems before, but, to be honest, don't remember exactly what I did. But I can offer some suggestions: make sure that parents have RELATIVE positioning, make sure that all parents are Relative, plus Parents have a fixed height (not percentages) - I know fixed height

[WSG] Re: IE 6 Nightmare

2010-04-27 Thread Jason Byer
Hello Thanks everyone for the help. I was able to use Thierry's suggestion and change my #mainContent div id to the following: #mainContent { background: #FFFfff; display: inline; overflow: hidden; zoom: 1; } Then I had to add an

Re: [WSG] .NET Remoting Activex Javascript not working in IE8

2010-04-27 Thread Mathew Robertson
At the risk of sounding nasty, this is a Web Standards Group list... Active X isn't a web standard by any sense of the definition. Maybe a different list may help? On 28 April 2010 11:42, Sivaramakrishnan.S sivaatzen...@gmail.com wrote: Hi All, I have a desktop toolbar, that calls various