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    Weird CSS/HTML problem with IE6 - HELP!


    Hi All,

    The site in question is www.statikonline.com/newestdesign

    Click on consumers and then on FAQs about insurance. The intra-page links for Auto Insurance and Home insurance cause the menu bar to disappear in IE 6, but not in Mozilla 1.0, NS6, Opera. The page is a mess in NS4.72, but you probably already knew that.

    Can anyone help me fix that?


    Statik
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    Would it help if I said pretty please, and added sugar and a cherry on top?
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    I'll have a look at what's going on, can't promise anything though!

    All I can see at the moment is that home.php is no mre when you click on it, it's as if display='none' is being set somewhere.
    Last edited by binky; June 13th, 2002 at 10:59 AM.
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    Tried setting a name for the frame where home.php is loaded, and setting a target for the Href"# to the named iframe

    No go so far
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    Using IE 5.5, the FAQ page does not display but others seem to be okay.

    I'd check the function FAQDISP against the other diplay functions that are working.
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    There are only two pages that use intra-page links, the FAQ page, and the Find-A-Broker page, once you select an area. These two both exibit the same behavior.

    What's different with these two, from the others? intra-page links. It's something in IE, and I've heard that there is a work-around, but I haven't found it yet

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    If it were up to me I'd just avoid using frames in the first place.
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    Sometimes you have to, and with the site nearly complete, I'm not redesigning from scratch again!

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    I had the thought that going from relative positioning to absolute positioning might fix it, but no such luck.

    Anyone else have any ideas?

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    Try to start from ground zero .. maybe that'll help

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