Re: [WSG] Positioning not consistent

2009-12-11 Thread Western Web Design
If the HTML is incorrect, you cannot expect anything to be consistent. Yes, I did mention in my original post that the site no longer validates owing to the JS for the database. As I am not familiar with php and js, my associate is responsible for all database work and he fits it into

[WSG] Positioning not consistent

2009-12-10 Thread Western Web Design
-style: none; } I did run it through the Validator but it no longer validates because of all the JS. Western Web Design www.westernwebdesign.com.au *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe

[WSG] Positioning not consistent

2009-12-10 Thread Western Web Design
-style: none; } I did run it through the Validator but it no longer validates because of all the JS. Western Web Design www.westernwebdesign.com.au *** List Guidelines: http://webstandardsgroup.org/mail/guidelines.cfm Unsubscribe

Re: [WSG] Positioning not consistent

2009-12-10 Thread Western Web Design
Hi Ghodmode http://mail.freshfield.com.au:81/x/tonyb/home.php?action1=hirestage=shirts Compare the positioning of the Clear Selection and Next lines on the above page with http://mail.freshfield.com.au:81/x/tonyb/home.php?action1=hirestage=suits AND

Re:[WSG] Positioning not consistent

2009-12-10 Thread Western Web Design
Hi Vince Try putting in Microsoft's compatibility meta tag and see how it changes your results : |meta http-equiv=X-UA-Compatible content=IE=8/| Yes, that's exactly what we've done, now we realise it was only IE8 that showed the problem! Thanks for the help! Lyn

Re: [WSG] IE6 display issue

2009-10-09 Thread Western Web Design
Kepler Gelotte wrote: In IE6, although the image fades and replaces etc, the #header is enlarged to accommodate all 4 images though three remain hidden. Hi, I suspect that the javascript is executing before the page has fully loaded so the images are not able to be stacked by the

Re: [WSG] IE6 display issue

2009-10-09 Thread Western Web Design
. In order to be able to read the site, I have the font-size larger than you have allowed for. But, as I mentioned, the problem is not just that, but the fact that you have your credits where the third footerbox should be, so the box is pushed down. Yes, I see the problem

Re: [Spam] :Re: [WSG] IE6 display issue

2009-10-09 Thread Western Web Design
Hi James It looks like a JS bug. There's two easy things you could try. 1. Just put overflow: hidden; on the #pics div. Brilliant! That's all it took! Thanks to all who replied with suggestions. Kind regards Lyn -- Lyn Smith www.westernwebdesign.com.au Affordable website design Perth

[WSG] IE6 display issue

2009-10-08 Thread Western Web Design
Good morning all http://www.westernwebdesign.com.au/keynorthcontractors/index.html #header has a background image (logo) and an image floated right that with the help of Javascript fades and replaces itself with another 4 times and so on. Works OK except for IE6. In IE6, although the image

Re: [WSG] IE6 display issue

2009-10-08 Thread Western Web Design
HiChris http://www.westernwebdesign.com.au/keynorthcontractors/index.html There is a problem with ungainly wordspacing in the justified text and text that overflows its box: http://cfaj.freeshell.org/testing/keynorth.jpg. I am not seeing that at all - where are you

Re: [WSG] IE6 display issue

2009-10-08 Thread Western Web Design
Chris F.A. Johnson wrote: On Fri, 9 Oct 2009, Western Web Design wrote: http://www.westernwebdesign.com.au/keynorthcontractors/index.html There is a problem with ungainly wordspacing in the justified text and text that overflows its box: http://cfaj.freeshell.org

Re: [WSG] IE6 display issue

2009-10-08 Thread Western Web Design
Hi Chris OK - I think I get it now - something to do with font-size. I can see what you see if I don't specify a font-size on the #footer. But as I HAVE specified a font-size, I don't understand why you see what you see. Thanks. -- Lyn Smith www.westernwebdesign.com.au Affordable website

Re: [WSG] IE6 display issue

2009-10-08 Thread Western Web Design
Chris F.A. Johnson wrote: http://www.westernwebdesign.com.au/keynorthcontractors/index.html There is a problem with ungainly wordspacing in the justified text and text that overflows its box: http://cfaj.freeshell.org/testing/keynorth.jpg.