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  • RE: Cross browser issue with position:absolute... by "Sophia Kapterian (E-mail)" <digitek(at)cytanet.com.cy>
    css csshover htc style endif or if IE link rel stylesheet type text css href ie css endif Sophia Original Message From Emily Berk mailto emily at armadillosoft com Sent Thursday January 06 2005 3 29 PM To digitek at cytanet com cy Emily Berk hwg style at hwg org Subject RE Cross browser issue with position absolute Sophia Thanks again for your interesting comments If I remove the htc that creates the hover in IE for Windows and implement this in JavaScript only as described in say the multimenu at csscreator then If JavaScript is disabled the menu wont work in any Version of IE but should keep working on all other browsers My implementation works in IE for Windows and every other browser I ve tried regardless of whether JavaScript is enabled or not except for this one browser IE for Mac I think So I think if I trade off ALL IE for Windows with NO IE for Mac I ve probably still made the right choice Too bad I have to make this choice but from what I can tell I do have to make a choice Do you agree that this is the choice that I am making Emily At 10 29 AM 1 6 2005 0200 Sophia Kapterian E mail wrote Hi Emily To eliminate rendering inconsistencies you must avoid proprietary or deprecated tags and have valid markup Browsers use some form of error correction to guess what the page should look like when they encounter invalid html and no two browsers will guess the same So if you want to create forward compatible sites take the time to correct the markup You actually don t have that many errors The validator will refer to about 26 in your markup but there are actually

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  • RE: Cross browser issue with position:absolute... by Emily Berk <emily(at)armadillosoft.com>
    works in IE for Windows and every other browser I ve tried regardless of whether JavaScript is enabled or not except for this one browser IE for Mac I think So I think if I trade off ALL IE for Windows with NO IE for Mac I ve probably still made the right choice Too bad I have to make this choice but from what I can tell I do have to make a choice Do you agree that this is the choice that I am making Emily At 10 29 AM 1 6 2005 0200 Sophia Kapterian E mail wrote Hi Emily To eliminate rendering inconsistencies you must avoid proprietary or deprecated tags and have valid markup Browsers use some form of error correction to guess what the page should look like when they encounter invalid html and no two browsers will guess the same So if you want to create forward compatible sites take the time to correct the markup You actually don t have that many errors The validator will refer to about 26 in your markup but there are actually two main ones the DEFANGED layer element which is Netscape proprietary tag and the ul for

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  • RE: Cross browser issue with position:absolute... by "Sophia Kapterian (E-mail)" <digitek(at)cytanet.com.cy>
    correct the markup You actually don t have that many errors The validator will refer to about 26 in your markup but there are actually two main ones the layer element which is Netscape proprietary tag and the ul for the navigation That s why I said in one of my earlier e mails that the menu system would have to be restructured In the css on line 23 you have blueLink a you can remove it completely as the line above has the same rule The other error refers to the behavior url hover htc in navcontainer li which is not terminated with a semicolon This is to make ie understand hover on elements other than a but fails css validation There are a number of resources for dropdown menus with pure css and javascript that work in ie and are valid For a popular dropdown read the article at alistapart for Suckerfish Dropdowns http www alistapart com articles dropdowns The final example is posted here http www htmldog com articles suckerfish example You can also check out the multimenu at csscreator with a number of other helpful resources http www csscreator com menu multimenu php HTH Sophia Original

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  • Re: Cross browser issue with position:absolute... by Emily Berk <emily(at)armadillosoft.com>
    2005 22 44 08 0800 To Jeff Kane jeffkane at pobox com hwg style at hwg org References earthlink earthlink2 todo View Thread Original And in fact from what I can tell on a Mac using Internet Explorer my hovering menu boxes never show up Sigh Anyone know of the solution to that problem Emily At 03 00 PM 12 27 2004 0500 Jeff Kane wrote Emily Whatever you do

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  • RE: Cross browser issue with position:absolute... by Emily Berk <emily(at)armadillosoft.com>
    org davidvoth at cheamweb com References earthlink todo View Thread Original Thanks Sophia and David I ve tried to deal with most of the problems you mentioned David my client has flat out refused to change the format of that first page I ve done my best to make it look ok and it does in a number of browsers Sorry that it doesn t look so good on a Mac Luckily the person who designed the page works on a Mac and is likely to experience first hard the problem you describe At which point it will be up to her to change this or not So yes it does currenly require that the text be small small small It seems like the other browsers grant my important wish and make it so Guess yours doesn t Sigh Emily At 01 33 PM 1 1 2005 0200 Sophia Kapterian E mail wrote Hi Emily Just quickly some issues that can be corrected easily costOptions it s too far at 428px Change it to 393px since the costMenu is at 390px You can also tweak the remaining menus and decide whether they re all 3px or 5px further than the

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  • RE: Cross browser issue with position:absolute... by "Sophia Kapterian (E-mail)" <digitek(at)cytanet.com.cy>
    Thread Original Hi Emily Just quickly some issues that can be corrected easily costOptions it s too far at 428px Change it to 393px since the costMenu is at 390px You can also tweak the remaining menus and decide whether they re all 3px or 5px further than the top menu whiteText it is good practice to give a background color If the image does not load for some reason or users who ve set images off will not be able to see it White text on white background HTH Sophia Original Message From owner hwg style at hwg org mailto owner hwg style at hwg org On Behalf Of Emily Berk Sent Saturday January 01 2005 12 44 PM To hwg style at hwg org Subject Re Cross browser issue with position absolute If you get a chance please check this out with your various browsers once more It s at http www pacifichousingsystems com I m ok with the way this looks in IE and FireFox I know it looks wretched in Netscape 4 x and that there are some issues in at least one recent version of Mozilla There are also numerous broken links here I m

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  • Re: Cross browser issue with position:absolute... by Emily Berk <emily(at)armadillosoft.com>
    a chance please check this out with your various browsers once more It s at http www pacifichousingsystems com I m ok with the way this looks in IE and FireFox I know it looks wretched in Netscape 4 x and that there are some issues in at least one recent version of Mozilla There are also numerous broken links here I m just trying to get that front page

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  • Re: Cross browser issue with position:absolute... by Emily Berk <emily(at)armadillosoft.com>
    to not change no matter what Just use an absolute font size You have smallest important but smallest is not a valid font size and even if it were it would be ignored because you are not using important correctly Try using xx small important actually the important shouldn t even be necessary For information on font sizes read http www w3 org TR CSS21 fonts html propdef font size

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