August 13th, 2001, 05:15 PM
major CSS problems with MacIE5
I'm having some major issues with Cascading Style Sheets on Mac IE5. The page layout looks horrendous, with huge gaps between text, text that moves around when it shouldn't and other truly bizarre occurances. As an example, look at this page:
using MacIE5. You'll notice that when you mouse over any of the purple navigation buttons across the top (Heard on the green, facts, etc.) that the text in the body of the page moves down the screen. Neat trick, but not what I want. (And there aren't even any mouseover or onclick events defined for those nav buttons)
My style sheet is fairly simple. You can view it at:
All the pages look fine on Windows IE 5.x as well as Windows Mozilla and Netscape 6.x.
Can anyone help me solve this very frustrating problem?
August 14th, 2001, 07:47 AM
I've studied both your page and the CSS.
I find no problems in the codes for either docs, BUT..
There seems to be a conflict in the Flash-thing at the top - I see some Golf-stuff, in case it's a changing 'banner' or such...
Whenever I move the mouse over the Flash-thing, a 'line-jump' occurs ine the HTML-part...!?
I've never seen it before, but I'm quite sure the problem is in the Flash-part...
/Jesper aka. resolution
August 14th, 2001, 08:22 AM
I think you need to remove the height="15" out the hole page mate, try that and it should all line up ok.
I had no conflict with the flash file.