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    Junior Member Vafudar's Avatar
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    I just created a web site at but one of the owner's staff likes to have the IE Favorites bar on all the time and when it's on, the site gets all messed up (page title fonts too large, pictures in the wrong place, focus on thumbnail like to large picture lost, etc.) Is there any way to autosize the internal widths based on the Favorites bar being active? I was just about to collect the balance of my fee, too :lick: ...

    I am tempted to say that there is a limit to how much a web site can accomodate a user's preferences, but I thought about actually getting some advice first, since I am definitely not a JAVA guru.

    Any help would be appreciated, and feel free to examine the site.



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    Senior Member glyakk's Avatar
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    To answer your question.. even if there were a way to fix the problem (somebody having their favorites bar on) you will eventually find that other problems might spring up and you will end up playing patch worker for every scenario.. btw there isnt a way to do that...

    I cannot seem to recreate the problem though.. You say when the favorites toolbar is on using IE, certin elements get resized... I havent really dug into your markup or css but I have no idea why that would even happen.. what version of IE is that person using and what viersion of windows?

    EDIT: HUMMM... the whole site is generated via javascript. I would say that is mistake number one..

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