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Main photo off the page in IE 6 & 7

Thread began 3/24/2010 4:53 pm by suzanne.love371106 | Last modified 3/26/2010 2:51 pm by suzanne.love371106 | 816 views | 4 replies |

suzanne.love371106

Main photo off the page in IE 6 & 7

Photo Gallery
IE 6 & 7

grid + fullsize gallery option when displayed in IE 6 or 7 or compatibility mode on IE 8 the main photo is off the page to the right.

You can see an example of this at projects.php


I tried changing the css and if I change the common.css

.pg-gf .fullsize img {
position: absolute;
display: none;
border: none;
}

and comment out the position: absolute then the picture initially displays correctly but when changing pictures the rest of the pictures do not display correctly.

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Dani Chankhour

it looks there is this class:

.pg-gf .fullsize img {
margin-right:500px;
}

try commenting out the margin-right:500px in the light.css file.

we might want to do this in an IE conditional statement if it breaks FF.

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suzanne.love371106

I removed the margin-right code from the css but it did not resolve the issue. I put that in there to try to force a move earlier and it didn't work. It is not in your standard css file.

Any other thoughts?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

main.css (line 526)

.projectsPage has:

text-align:center;

remove that text-align and it should fix the problem.

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suzanne.love371106

Ray,

Thank you for your help on this. That did indeed resolve the issue!

Suzanne

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