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Hi all,

I've created a page with navigation in CSS, it looks great in Safari,
Firefox, etc. But In IE, the navigation panel disappears, so does the
content.

What am I doing wrong?

Any help would be appreciated...

The URL is: http://s92171944.onlinehome.us/

Thanks!

Mar 1 '07 #1
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On 1 Mar, 20:30, "andr...@gmail.com" <andr...@gmail.comwrote:
I've created a page with navigation in CSS, it looks great in Safari,
Firefox, etc. But In IE, the navigation panel disappears, so does the
content.
The URL is:http://s92171944.onlinehome.us/
Dump the IE-specific stylesheet. You don't need these things except in
the most extreme circumstances.

Also dump the funky @import rules. Just link the stylesheet the simple
way.

Don't use a Transitional doctype.

Don't use XHTML, it'll only make things more difficult.

Mar 2 '07 #2

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an*****@gmail.com wrote:
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I've created a page with navigation in CSS, it looks great in Safari,
Firefox, etc.

http://s92171944.onlinehome.us/
Hmmm... try zooming text up a couple notches and see how great it looks
then.
Thanks!
You're welcome. ;)

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Berg
Mar 4 '07 #3

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Rik
Bergamot <be******@visi.comwrote:
an*****@gmail.com wrote:
>>
I've created a page with navigation in CSS, it looks great in Safari,
Firefox, etc.

http://s92171944.onlinehome.us/

Hmmm... try zooming text up a couple notches and see how great it looks
then.
Or without any of that in Opera, 'Glossary' & 'Contact Us' are already
crossing the boundary... Why not set a background-color/border on the
lists? That'll take care of that.

Now, unfortunately I cannot see the original post, only this reply, so I
have no idea what other problem the OP thinks need solving.
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Rik Wasmus
Mar 4 '07 #4

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In article <54*************@mid.individual.net>,
Bergamot <be******@visi.comwrote:
an*****@gmail.com wrote:

I've created a page with navigation in CSS, it looks great in Safari,
Firefox, etc.

http://s92171944.onlinehome.us/

Hmmm... try zooming text up a couple notches and see how great it looks
then.
Thanks!

You're welcome. ;)
Someone might use this as a case study in how unwise it is to set
so many dims in px - widths, esp heights, even the body text.

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dorayme
Mar 4 '07 #5

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