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    Text in javascript-affected div not rendering well in IE7

    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?
    Last edited by puffin; 06-16-2010 at 04:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puffin View Post

    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.

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    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by puffin View Post

    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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