[WSG] form select help needed

2008-05-28 Thread Bob Schwartz
If you go to http://www.bobstestplace.com/aahid/ using Safari on the Mac and click on either of the drop down form menus in the right column you will see the option list open below the form menu select in a window that is wide enough to view the entire name of each option. This seems to be

Re: [WSG] form select help needed

2008-05-28 Thread tee
On May 28, 2008, at 5:19 AM, Bob Schwartz wrote: Any way to get the other browsers (and especially IE6) to display like, or nearly like (I would be happy if IE6 was at least like FF), Safari? add width to option attribute. #rht_col option {width: 250px; padding: 0 3px; } tee

Re: [WSG] form select help needed

2008-05-28 Thread Bob Schwartz
tee, That seems to have brought FF around, but IE6 is still clipping. Bob On May 28, 2008, at 5:19 AM, Bob Schwartz wrote: Any way to get the other browsers (and especially IE6) to display like, or nearly like (I would be happy if IE6 was at least like FF), Safari? add width to

Re: [WSG] form select help needed

2008-05-28 Thread tee
Yup, I see it too. In IE, the option attribute inherits the select attribute. I tried adding a class and placed to the option, but doesn't work. tee On May 28, 2008, at 5:48 AM, Bob Schwartz wrote: tee, That seems to have brought FF around, but IE6 is still clipping. Bob On May 28,

Re: [WSG] form select help needed

2008-05-28 Thread willdonovan
Hi Bob, not being on my main work station, I'll give it a try. the select tag has a set width. There is a chance that IE is restricting the list to that set width and using this set width as the view port of the option list. Look it up. From experience i also notice that IE (IE6 in

Re: [WSG] form select help needed

2008-05-28 Thread Bob Schwartz
William, the select tag has a set width. There is a chance that IE is restricting the list to that set width and using this set width as the view port of the option list. Look it up. I suspect that is the problem also. I have been looking for a solution, but not getting anywhere, which