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Why this menu won't show up in Mac IE 5??

Do not understand it?! Why doesn't this menu show up in Ie 5 on the mac?
Shows fine in other browsers! I would be glad if someone would take a look
at it pretty please.

http://www.nitromedia.se/kunder/problem1.html

Thanks / Gnolen
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hendrik Gnolen wrote:
Do not understand it?! Why doesn't this menu show up in Ie 5 on the
mac? Shows fine in other browsers! I would be glad if someone would
take a look at it pretty please.

http://www.nitromedia.se/kunder/problem1.html

Thanks / Gnolen


Perhaps because class hidenav has 'display: none' and IE 5, being
such an old browser, does not respond to other styles that you've
implemented that make elements with class hidenav appear in other
browsers?

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Rob
Jul 21 '05 #2
Den 2005-04-18 02:47:55 skrev RobG <rg***@iinet.net.auau>:
because class hidenav has 'display: none' and IE 5, being
such an old browser, does not respond to other styles that you've
implemented that make elements with class hidenav appear in other
browsers?


Thanks Rob,

No this is not the problem because I had the same problem without the
hidenav before...

What can be wrong??? Please help me..please..

/ Gnolen
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Jul 21 '05 #3
Hendrik Gnolen wrote:
Do not understand it?! Why doesn't this menu show up in Ie 5 on the mac?
Shows fine in other browsers!

http://www.nitromedia.se/kunder/problem1.html


FYI, this flavor of image replacement creates a serious accessibility
problem. The most-used screen readers and text-to-speech browsers honor
the display and visibility properties the same as graphical browsers, so
your navigation menu will be unusable for those users.

If you must use an image replacement method, and I'm not convinced you
really need one here, do a little more research first. Suggested reading:
<URL:http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=ScreenreaderVisibility>
<URL:http://www.mezzoblue.com/tests/revised-image-replacement/>

The Gilder/Levin method is less bad than most, and you may find that
using a better method resolves your MacIE troubles. You should consider,
however, using plain text links with just a background change on :hover.

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Jul 21 '05 #4
Den 2005-04-18 02:47:55 skrev RobG <rg***@iinet.net.auau>:
Hendrik Gnolen wrote:
Do not understand it?! Why doesn't this menu show up in Ie 5 on the
mac? Shows fine in other browsers! I would be glad if someone would
take a look at it pretty please.
http://www.nitromedia.se/kunder/problem1.html
Thanks / Gnolen


Perhaps because class hidenav has 'display: none' and IE 5, being
such an old browser, does not respond to other styles that you've
implemented that make elements with class hidenav appear in other
browsers?

Thanks for your time! I forgot about the thread and therefore I haven't
responded...

but it look ok in IE 5.0 in win! strange ha...And even if I take the
hidenav away the problem still appears..

About the screenreaders...It will work great with them because I have a
textbased navlist that are hidden. Tested and it works great. Without CSS
it will show. Thanks.

/ Gnolen
Jul 21 '05 #5

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