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IE scale?

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Hi,

I made a script recognizing when the window is resized to scale a pic. it
works fine on Mozilla, Netscape and Konqueror but in IE it always places a
rutrn in front of the pic resized why?
Thanks!
Page: http://inetgate.ch/new/content.php
Jul 23 '05 #1
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Ron Eggler @ Work wrote:
Hi,

I made a script recognizing when the window is resized to scale a pic. it
works fine on Mozilla, Netscape and Konqueror but in IE it always places a
rutrn in front of the pic resized why?
Thanks!
Page: http://inetgate.ch/new/content.php


I guess you mean the graduated image to the right of your menu
buttons. For me it wraps below the buttons in Firefox and changes
size when the page width changes. In IE it wraps below the buttons
and is always about 2 pixels wide. Is that what you intended?

Using JavaScript purely for page layout is never a good idea,
particularly when the same effect can be achieved more reliably using
HTML and CSS.

Ask over at comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html or
comp.infosystems.www.authoring.stylesheets

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Rob
Jul 23 '05 #2

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