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View Full Version : Text in javascript-affected div not rendering well in IE7



puffin
06-16-2010, 04:08 PM
I have a javascript-run rotating (as in rotating through a series of content, not rotating in a circle) div.

Each content div has an image and a bit of text.

The title text - bold arial - is really messy, as though it's a badly pixelated image - smudged, almost. the rest of the text - smaller and not bold - isn't bad, but still doesn't match text outwith these divs.

it's fine in firefox, chrome, and even IE6!!

Does anyone know what's happening in IE7?

randomuser773
06-16-2010, 05:02 PM
The title text - bold arial - is really messy, as though it's a badly pixelated image - smudged, almost. the rest of the text - smaller and not bold - isn't bad, but still doesn't match text outwith these divs.
It's hard to tell without any code or demo, but I.E. can have a similar problem when the background colour of the page isn't specified.

puffin
06-16-2010, 05:10 PM
The div needs to have a transparent background as it sits over a background image which is in a larger div behind it.

So I can't specify a background colour for the div.

What do you mean by the background of the page? The container, or body?

I'll email you the URL so you can see it

randomuser773
06-16-2010, 05:44 PM
What do you mean by the background of the page? The container, or body?
The body should be sufficient, I don't think it has to be the element in question.



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