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    IE6 Problem Help Urgent

    Hi,
    I Like one theme but it is not ie6 Compatible when i open in ie6 its mix wigdet fonts,plz help if u can thanx in advance plz plz plz coders master need U.

    theme name is redbel
    here is theme link
    http://wp-themes.com/redbel?TB_ifram...897&height=451

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    when i open in ie6 its mix wigdet fonts
    Um, what? Can you explain the problem more clearly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pioneer_fawad View Post
    plz help if u can thanx in advance plz plz plz coders master need U.
    I’m sorry, can you rephrase that sentence? It’s hard for me to understand what you are saying because crappy English isn’t my native language.

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    Fawad, are you talking about the dates in the blue tabs to the left crossing over the post titles? You should be able to fix that with a little CSS modification and IE(6) conditional comments.
    Are you a Help Vampire?

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    i want to say that when i load this theme in ie6 heading date pf post is overlap with heading of post and upper pages links disappears can u help..

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    It's a hasLayout issue with .article-corps-title. Try:

    Code:
    .article-corps-title {
    background:url("images/article_sprite.png") no-repeat scroll 0 -17px transparent;
    max-height:142px;
    min-height:72px;
    position:relative;
    height:1%;
    }
    The height 1% will set the hasLayout property in IE7 (and below), which sorts out the issue.


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