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Background Image Issue in IE6

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I have a background image that on all the pages of my site works fine -
however on one news item the background image lays over the top of the
text (if I select the text it all suddenly appears).

This doesn't happen in all IE6's - only some.

Does anyone know a fix for this or have any idea what is causing it?

http://www.kreetech.com/news/kree_te...full_capacity/

Regards,

Rick

Oct 18 '06 #1
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thehuby wrote:
on one news item the background image lays over the top of the
text

http://www.kreetech.com/news/kree_te...full_capacity/
FYI, you have another issue, possibly worse than that. Have you looked
at the site in a browser other than IE, with a smaller window size
and/or larger text size? The positioning of the navigation menu makes
the left-most tabs fall off the left side of the page. There is no
horizontal scrollbar, so they become inaccessible.

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Berg
Oct 18 '06 #2

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In article <4p************@individual.net>,
Bergamot <be******@visi.comwrote:
thehuby wrote:
on one news item the background image lays over the top of the
text

http://www.kreetech.com/news/kree_te...es_full_capaci
ty/

FYI, you have another issue, possibly worse than that. Have you looked
at the site in a browser other than IE, with a smaller window size
and/or larger text size? The positioning of the navigation menu makes
the left-most tabs fall off the left side of the page. There is no
horizontal scrollbar, so they become inaccessible.
Like in iCab, and likely Safari, text sizing a few clicks up (not
that many... but I guess this is debatable)...

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dorayme
Oct 19 '06 #3

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