View Full Version : IE/FireFox Erros

12-20-2005, 03:23 AM

My CSS is causing me a bit of a headache with IE.

The site is www.y-league.org - select any club and log in as a guest. Username: Guest Password: guest.

The style is found within the system/index.php page.

With FireFox, all is perfect. But with IE the right menu doesnt sit properly - the links are too close to the menu and the menus run over the top of the content section. Also the entire page is not centered like it is in FireFox, and I have no idea why :(

Thanks in advance for any help! :thumbsup:


12-20-2005, 12:30 PM
Anyone... pwuuuuuuuuueeeeeseeee?? lol

12-20-2005, 12:51 PM
You put your clock JS above your doctype, put it in your head tags, IE is in quirks mode which is why its not centering. You give a top margin of -5px to the uls with your CSS that is in your conditional comments. You also used the id="sidebar" more than once, you can only use an id ONE time, if you must use the same styles more than once then use a class. You need to be patient, you are NOT the only person on the forums that needs help, sometimes posts slip by or people simply don't know the answer.

12-20-2005, 01:14 PM
Thank you for your help. I haven't made the corrections yet but will be getting onto it right now.

As for the other comments.. that was just being a little high horsed don't you think?? Are you aware of where my post was currently situated? I think that was a little uncalled for. I'm well aware that I am NOT the only person (hence why I do my best to help others while I'm waiting for my help) - and don't need you to CAPITALIZE it for me as though I was a child! I've been using the forum long enough to understand this, and to also know that after a certain point.. people don't see your post and it can slip away! Anyway..

12-20-2005, 04:31 PM
In that context, please consult the Posting Guidelines (http://www.codingforums.com/postguide.htm) with regard to post subjects: a descriptive, catchy subject may draw the attention of those interested to see if they can pitch in; "IE/FF Erros"--apart from being misspelled, but we get the picture--is hardly cutting it; the vast majority of questions concern browser compatibility.