I'm working on a site and can't seem to fix a number of issues. It's my first time jumping into the realm of css - I've always used the rather archaic Photoshop/Slice/Export As Tables method. It's never been for anything professional, so I never saw the need to learn. But I need to get with the times ;p
Anyway - I guess I'll list things in order of importance...
Layout looks completely different in Firefox and IE.
The menu and Flash/FF link divs all reside in a parent leftContainer, while the content window/bottom menu divs reside in a parent rightContainer. FF recognizes this and draws it correctly, IE doesn't. It's probably due to positioning, but I can't figure out why.
- The flash animation is in a flashContainer div - I'd like to dynamically resize due to issues at 800x600 (I know it breaks the background image, but thats an easy fix). I set the div to overflow:hidden, with the thought that it would cut off whatever is left of the swf. No matter what, it displays at full size. Is this a css issue or a swf issue? It's not necessary, but I'd like to keep it.
- The "blender" jpg that transitions the swf background to the header background does not align with the div in FF, producing a small vertical gap. In IE, the gap remains but seems to be transformed to a small horizontal gap below everything. Probably something to do with the swf as well.
Any help is greatly appreciated