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    IE Problem

    Hey Guys,

    On http://proshotsrange.com/contact-us/ you'll notice a sidebar with testimonials listed. They fade from one testimonial to another.

    In firefox, safari etc, they all look great.

    However in IE, after the first slide, it makes it huge - the full width of the page.

    I'm using malsup's Cycle plugin, but it works fine elsewhere, so I'm thinking its a problem somewhere in my CSS.
    http://jquery.malsup.com/cycle/

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    hmm not sure. I know little about jQuery. I do know you have a couple of errors that arent related to your javascript. One is you have a closing </a> tag on line 181 I think, but not an opening <a> tag.

    I also noticed the testemonial wasn't the only part messing up in IE. The png_topper div seems to be acting funny as well.

    Doubt thats whats causing the issue.

    On a side note. Are you from NC? I saw this was a site for a place in Winston!. I'll have to check it out sometime.

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    I'm living here in Winston-Salem! I graduated from WFU a few years back and found a great agency to work for here in town.

    Thanks for the pointers!

    I had to use conditional statements to comment out PNG's in the topper div - IE refuses to let transparent PNG's use any sort of transition animations even in its latest versions.

    I went ahead and validated the code via WC3 to make sure I didn't miss any other things like the </a>. The contact form 7 plugin invalidates it on the page above - but considering the sidebar acts funky like that on every page you can see it still messing up on other pages that validate 100%:
    http://proshotsrange.com/training-se...onal-programs/

    I'm really stumped here. What makes it more interesting is the fact that the initial testimonial shows up within the correct amount of space. It doesn't blow up huge until AFTER the first transition.

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    I'm really stumped here. What makes it more interesting is the fact that the initial testimonial shows up within the correct amount of space. It doesn't blow up huge until AFTER the first transition.
    Yes that is strange. Must be something then within the script that occurs when it changes. Sorry I'm not more help. I know someone here can spot the problem.

    Are you working for a webdesign house?

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    I work for a small branding agency as a graphic designer and our lead front-end-developer.

    PinPoint Creative Group: http://pinpointcreative.com - its off Stratford.

    Really love the company - I've been here almost 2 years now and have become a *much* better coder and a *much* better designer.

    We do logos, stationary, business cards, direct mail, advertising, marketing, websites, etc - and make sure they are all consistent.

    Anyway - what about you Teedoff? Are you working for an agency in High Point?
    Last edited by CSSQuest; 11-17-2010 at 05:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSSQuest View Post
    I work for a small branding agency as a graphic designer and our lead front-end-developer.

    PinPoint Creative Group: http://pinpointcreative.com - its off Stratford.

    Really love the company - I've been here almost 2 years now and have become a *much* better coder and a *much* better designer.

    We do logos, stationary, cards, advertising, marketing, websites, etc - and make sure they are all consistent.

    Anyway - what about you Teedoff? Are you working for an agency in High Point?
    Cool! I work for a web based company here in HP. Was hired to build a ground up parallel dynamic site to co exist with the original static site the owner built years ago.

    So I have become a database creator/manager, a front and back end developer/coder, and semi part time photographer, a server admin of some sorts, and all around researcher... lol

    Been here since July, but its great fun and Im learning alot too!

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    Haha thats awesome. I definitely hear you about "all-around-researcher". I get that a lot too.




    Anyways I've got this dang post up all over the web and no one seems to have any idea how to fix this.

    .... soooo

    Bump!

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    So I sat down to take another look at this today and have found the width problem is coming from the width's and height's generated by the jQuery script.

    Trying to figure it out now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSSQuest View Post
    So I sat down to take another look at this today and have found the width problem is coming from the width's and height's generated by the jQuery script.

    Trying to figure it out now...
    Did you post this in the jQuery forum? I'm suprised someone here hasn't helped you figure this out yet.

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    I sure did.
    http://forum.jquery.com/topic/jquery...37000001648964


    I think I'm closing in on the error.

    Its pulling the width and height of the body element instead of the cycling content's parent element.

    Somewhere, some how, its not recognizing that the UL containing all the LI's that are cycling has a width and height.


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