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IE messing up lists (url included)

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Hello,

IE6.0 is messing up my lists. If you scroll really fast up and down my
page, the links on the left and the right get covered over with the
background color. It almost looks like the page is tearing:

http://www.spacerook.com

The site validates according to the HTML Validator and the CSS
Validator. It looks fine in Mozilla and Opera.

There is also a big tear in the "Paper Shredder" article, right before
the blockquote. Anyone else every experienced these types of problems?

- Trent
Jul 20 '05 #1
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On Sun, 29 Feb 2004 15:08:26 -0500, Trent L <sp*******@hotmail.com> wrote:
Hello,

IE6.0 is messing up my lists. If you scroll really fast up and down my
page, the links on the left and the right get covered over with the
background color. It almost looks like the page is tearing:

http://www.spacerook.com

The site validates according to the HTML Validator and the CSS
Validator. It looks fine in Mozilla and Opera.

There is also a big tear in the "Paper Shredder" article, right before
the blockquote. Anyone else every experienced these types of problems?

- Trent

I'm scrolling up and down on your page like a freaking idiot. Nothing.

It could be a user-end rendering issue. Does it recur after a system
restart?
Jul 20 '05 #2

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Neal wrote:
On Sun, 29 Feb 2004 15:08:26 -0500, Trent L <sp*******@hotmail.com> wrote:
Hello,

IE6.0 is messing up my lists. If you scroll really fast up and down
my page, the links on the left and the right get covered over with the
background color. It almost looks like the page is tearing:

http://www.spacerook.com

The site validates according to the HTML Validator and the CSS
Validator. It looks fine in Mozilla and Opera.

There is also a big tear in the "Paper Shredder" article, right before
the blockquote. Anyone else every experienced these types of problems?

- Trent


I'm scrolling up and down on your page like a freaking idiot. Nothing.

It could be a user-end rendering issue. Does it recur after a system
restart?


I rebooted and I'm still getting the problem. Here is what it looks
like from my POV:

http://home.comcast.net/~tlucier7567/ie_problem.jpg

Notice the word "Meta" is chopped in the left column. The distortion is
more evident in the right column.
Jul 20 '05 #3

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On Sun, 29 Feb 2004 17:21:12 -0500, Trent L <sp*******@hotmail.com> wrote:

http://home.comcast.net/~tlucier7567/ie_problem.jpg

Notice the word "Meta" is chopped in the left column. The distortion is
more evident in the right column.

Oddly, now it's happening for me. Once I hover on the text region, it
fixes iteslf. Not even on that text that's mangled - any link anywhere in
the column OR the other column fixes it...

I'd imagine it is related somehow to your hover characteristics. What it
is exactly I cannot discern.

As an experiment, I'd do a copy of it with all :hovers removed, then add
them back one by one down the stylesheet till the problem surfaces.
That'll tell you part of what the conflict is. I'd assume that one of your
:hover rules is confusing IE in some way.
Jul 20 '05 #4

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Neal wrote:
On Sun, 29 Feb 2004 17:21:12 -0500, Trent L <sp*******@hotmail.com> wrote:

http://home.comcast.net/~tlucier7567/ie_problem.jpg

Notice the word "Meta" is chopped in the left column. The distortion
is more evident in the right column.


Oddly, now it's happening for me. Once I hover on the text region, it
fixes iteslf. Not even on that text that's mangled - any link anywhere
in the column OR the other column fixes it...

I'd imagine it is related somehow to your hover characteristics. What it
is exactly I cannot discern.

As an experiment, I'd do a copy of it with all :hovers removed, then add
them back one by one down the stylesheet till the problem surfaces.
That'll tell you part of what the conflict is. I'd assume that one of
your :hover rules is confusing IE in some way.


Apparently, I'm a victim of the "IE Scrolling Bug":

http://www.notestips.com/80256B3A007F2692/1/NAMO5GU36H

The author's proposed solution doesn't seem to be working for me.

ie ie ie :sigh:
Jul 20 '05 #5

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