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    Junior Member Nubana's Avatar
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    Hello, I was looking for help around internet till i slipped into this forum.
    I'd like to ask some advice, I'm working on an homepage and it's going really good. Although, Internet Explorer is killing my fun, it's all nice and working on Firefox and the other browsers, but the moment i open my page in Internet Explorer i wanna /facepalm.
    There are 2 problems i cant manage to fix for IE, one is the little menu opening on first link, with Firefox it's on the proper place but when i open it with IE it's thrown to the right :-\
    Second problem is the lightbox in gallery page. The background should go dark grey, and it does with firefox. Once again, i open it with IE and it leaves about 200-300pixels without the transparency on the right.
    I am looking forward to people helping me find solution for these problems. :-)
    The page is: http://web.zone.ee/inflames/index_eng.html
    Thanks!

    PS! Do not criticize the design cus it's the next thing i will start working on after i get it working properly on IE :-D

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    Senior Member paintingtheweb's Avatar
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    you're using margins to position your menu. A better (or more consistent) way would be to give the li's "position: relative;" and use top/left for your div menu.

    so the line that says: "margin: 8px 100px;" - get rid of it and make it "top: 30px; left: 0px;" (or whatever works for you). The key thing is to make sure the parent li (and possibly the ul) has a position: relative.

    Hope it helps.

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    Junior Member Nubana's Avatar
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    Hm ok, but about that Lightbox, i tried changing the size of it, i got it going with IE, but then it was too big for Firefox and u could scroll it to the right cus the "dark background" was too wide for Firefox window. On 100% it's ok for Firefox but IE messes up, once again.

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    Yes, it is seen that there some applications that are not supportable by the internet explore, so it is the responsibility of the web designer and the web developer that your every type of web application should be work properly in all browsers like in the followings ones:

    Internet Explorer
    Safari
    Google Chrome
    Mozilla
    Flocks etc...

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    IE a culprit for you . Its really some time very annoying to get your site working properly on all the browsers. Make sure you've linked the js files properly l. Check all links to see if link properly. check closed tags.


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