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IE6 problem

Thread began 3/29/2010 7:37 am by marita28717 | Last modified 3/30/2010 12:46 am by neilo | 511 views | 2 replies |


IE6 problem


I am having trouble with IE6 rendering the menu properly. Here's the link to the page:

And I'm attaching a snapshot of how it displays in IE6. Is there a workaround?


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Eric Mittman

Have you been making any updates to this since you posted? When I view this in IE6 and Chrome I get a very similar result. I'm including some screen shots of what I got for your reference.

The only differences that I can see are the height of the menu in IE6, it is a little short, and the images that differentiate the different links, they seem to be missing in IE6.

Are you testing this with a native IE6 or a tester tool? I tested with a native installation of IE 6 on Win XP.

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I saw the major displacement anomaly earlier, but now it renders well. I'm guessing the problem has been sorted.

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