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black line over menu in IE6

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Abs
Hi!

I'm building a website for some friends in a independent game
developing group. The site is almost done but I've come across
a bug that only happens in IE6 (I've tested the site with the
latest versions of mozilla and opera, too). The problem is
a black line appearing over the second menu (the one with
the <info/games/download/links/forum> options) that doesn't
belong there (as you can see in the first menu).

You can see the english version of the site here:

http://immersion.fotografist.com/pages/en/
Can someone shed some light on this, please ?

Thanks
Jul 20 '05 #1
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"Abs" <ab*@terra.com> wrote in message
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Hi!

I'm building a website for some friends in a independent game
developing group. The site is almost done but I've come across
a bug that only happens in IE6 (I've tested the site with the
latest versions of mozilla and opera, too). The problem is
a black line appearing over the second menu (the one with
the <info/games/download/links/forum> options) that doesn't
belong there (as you can see in the first menu).

You can see the english version of the site here:

http://immersion.fotografist.com/pages/en/
Can someone shed some light on this, please ?

Thanks


This is just a guess since I just gave your code a quick look.

line 71 (or 75?):
<td _bgcolor="#262D59" valign="top">

remove the underscore from _bgcolor and see if that fixes the problem.

Good luck,
Jim Roberts
Jul 20 '05 #2

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This is just a guess since I just gave your code a quick look.

line 71 (or 75?):
<td _bgcolor="#262D59" valign="top">

remove the underscore from _bgcolor and see if that fixes the problem.

Good luck,
Jim Roberts


Actually, I don't think that is the problem. It must have something to do
with the way IE renders/positions elements.

i'll have a closer look in the meantime...

Jim
Jul 20 '05 #3

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"Abs" wrote...
Hi!

I'm building a website for some friends in a independent game
developing group. The site is almost done but I've come across
a bug that only happens in IE6 (I've tested the site with the
latest versions of mozilla and opera, too). The problem is
a black line appearing over the second menu (the one with
the <info/games/download/links/forum> options) that doesn't
belong there (as you can see in the first menu).

You can see the english version of the site here:

http://immersion.fotografist.com/pages/en/


It is a problem with differences in how IE renders things compared with
other browsers. Here's a work-around:

Line 45(?) of your code, add this: style="vertical-align:bottom"

It should look like this:

<img style="vertical-align:bottom" src="immersionbig2.jpg" width="770"
height="151" alt="" title=""></img>

Hope this is what you need.
Jim Roberts
Jul 20 '05 #4

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Abs
Jim Roberts wrote:
"Abs" wrote...
Hi!

I'm building a website for some friends in a independent game
developing group. The site is almost done but I've come across
a bug that only happens in IE6 (I've tested the site with the
latest versions of mozilla and opera, too). The problem is
a black line appearing over the second menu (the one with
the <info/games/download/links/forum> options) that doesn't
belong there (as you can see in the first menu).

You can see the english version of the site here:

http://immersion.fotografist.com/pages/en/

It is a problem with differences in how IE renders things compared with
other browsers. Here's a work-around:

Line 45(?) of your code, add this: style="vertical-align:bottom"

It should look like this:

<img style="vertical-align:bottom" src="immersionbig2.jpg" width="770"
height="151" alt="" title=""></img>

Hope this is what you need.
Jim Roberts


It seems to work ! Thank you very much !
Jul 20 '05 #5

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"Abs" wrote...
It seems to work ! Thank you very much !

No problem. Glad it works. :)

Jim Roberts
Jul 20 '05 #6

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