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View Poll Results: I.E. disappearing images

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  • Yes, I have seen this happen.

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  • No, I have not seen this happen.

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  • Yes, I have and I have a workaround.

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    Internet Explorer I.E.: Disappearing images when using the back button

    IE 6.0
    When I navigate through some pages, and then click the back button a couple times, my images with links randomly disappear.

    This only happens in IE.

    I look at the source code and the link and image is still there, but not viewable on the actual page.

    Has anyone seen this happen before? Does anyone have a workaround?

    I tried using <div> tags around the links, and this settles it a little bit, but doesn't cure the problem.

    THanKs..
    Jeremy





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    Pointless poll really. It's just a cache thing in IE. Happens with all versions of IE

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    THanks: I found the problem

    I fixed it, thanks anyways.
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    What's the answer then? I get the same thing after getting IE6 SP1
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    Arrow <a style='width:75px'> hyperlink</a>

    Specify the width on the anchor tag by doing
    <a style='width:75px'> hyperlink</a>

    Hey syp}{er, your birthday is the day after mine. Cool!




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    Adding style into a link doesn't fix it, it's just a caching thing with IE. Unless maybe I'm missing something


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