Re: IE 7 CSS Problems
On Jun 21, 5:37 pm, RvT <rmvan...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I would suggest rewriting the code using DIVs and SPANs rather than
DDs and DTs. The way your want your site is so simple, yet your CSS is
apparently so complex that you had to implement more than a dozen IE
fixes and 2 style-sheets for different IE versions. That is already a
very bad basis and makes your code very vulnerable for any browser
update to come. Also, with this setup you should easily be able to
make your page scalable instead of going for absolute positions.
Better redo it now and do it good instead of getting into problems
I'm having with CSS on one section of a site that I am working on:
In IE 6, Firefox 2 and Safari 2 it looks great. But in IE 7 it shifts
the background image of the Body tag to the right, unless I open up
the elements in the FAQ. If all the <dd> elements are shown, then the
background image shifts back centered like it is supposed to be. It is
the questions contained in <dt> elements.
Anyone have any ideas why IE 7 is causing this shift?
Thanks for the advice. I'll give it a shot and mark this one as a
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