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Hi People - Custom client side CSS?

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HI People. I am dealing with a website that works weel in Firefox, except for one problem. One menu displays behind another piece of content in firefox, whereas in IE it shows above the piece of content. I really want to use the web application though. I've tried about 20 different user agents, including various IE flavours to no avail. I know the css that refers to the menu, so if it was my website could change it in a second. That however is now.

My question is: Is there a way i can set a local css file, just to correct this error, every time i load the page? Or do you know another way i can manipulate this menu so it displays correctly in firefox?

thanks for any suggestions.
Mar 6 '07 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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If the site doesn't work in the big three or four browsers then the web site has a coding problem. The only possible alternative is "user css" which is a custom css file for that page which can be installed on firefox and other browsers. I don't think it's the css file that contains the default for FF but I don't know anything more about it since I've never used it.

Have you tried contacting the site owner and tell him the problem? Can you give us the link?
Mar 6 '07 #2

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Can't give you the link as it's a private site. The owners won't allow for testing in firefox, strange i know.

So this 'user css' is exactly what i need. How do implement it? I know exactly what class i need make a change to and know how i can change it (using z-index).





If the site doesn't work in the big three or four browsers then the web site has a coding problem. The only possible alternative is "user css" which is a custom css file for that page which can be installed on firefox and other browsers. I don't think it's the css file that contains the default for FF but I don't know anything more about it since I've never used it.

Have you tried contacting the site owner and tell him the problem? Can you give us the link?
Mar 6 '07 #3

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Can't give you the link as it's a private site. The owners won't allow for testing in firefox, strange i know.

So this 'user css' is exactly what i need. How do implement it? I know exactly what class i need make a change to and know how i can change it (using z-index).
It's going to be hard for us to help if we can't see the site.
Mar 6 '07 #4

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