Re: Help with DOCTYPE
The same thing happens with EXPLORER or MOZILLA browers..... when I
in the DOCTYPE the absolute positioning doesn't work. So, apparently
I'm switching from QUIRKS mode to STANDARDS mode, and what worked in
QUIRKS mode no longer works in STANDARDS mode. Why is that... the
absolute positioning doesn't seem to work at all in STANDARDS mode...
- Re: Help with DOCTYPE
... I'm switching from QUIRKS mode to STANDARDS mode, and what worked in QUIRKS mode no longer works in STANDARDS mode. ... the absolute positioning doesn't seem to work at all in STANDARDS mode... ...
- Re: Converting old parent
|; issue with IE|
... jwcarlton wrote: ... And switching from Quirks Mode to "Standards Mode" can be a major effort, and mostly pointless if not worse. ... New pages should be created to work in "Standards Mode", of course, but recoding existing pages is neither fun nor useful. ...
- Re: Border at top of the page
... Firefox and relatives suppress the top margin of several elements in certain contexts. ... There is nothing quirky in browsers' "traditional" behavior, and there was no need to change it in the standards mode. ... It's just as mad as it would be to start using Arial as default font in standards mode and keep using Times New Roman in quirks mode. ...
- Re: Check whether browser is in quirks or standards mode?
... you might want to check first whether it triggers ... quirks or standards mode. ... Most decent browsers, View Page Info ... Quirks mode is basically a matter of simulating bugs in old versions of IE, so it would be rather relevant to consider IE, too. ...
- Re: How do I center divs in IE?
... All browsers treat quirks mode mode differently, a great reason to use standards mode by starting with the right doctype. ... In general standards mode treats widths as the width of the content, where quirks modes includes padding and borders in determining widths. ...