November 16th, 2012, 01:08 PM
Min-width in IE7...PLEASE HELP
I've tried EVERYTHING and cannot squash this IE7 bug I'm getting with min-width.
Here are my styles:
I simply want the contents to stretch the outer container. In IE7 the container stretches the entire screen width!
min-width: 940px !important;
/* background-color: White;
background-image: url(../images/bkgdPage.gif); */
display:inline-block !important; /* needed for min-width to work */
margin: 12px 0px 20px 12px;
min-width: 917px !important;
/* border: 1px solid Green; */
-webkit-box-shadow: 0px 0px 4px 2px #999999;
box-shadow: 0px 0px 4px 2px #999999;
Can someone bail me out?
November 16th, 2012, 04:04 PM
Welcome to DevShed Forums, lprintz.
Do you have an example page you could show us? Have you tried something like setting "max-width:100%"?
New users are restricted from posting URLs until they have made 5 posts. You may need to get around this by leaving out the "http://" and putting a space before each ".". Yes this rule is annoying, but the administrators say it's necessary for limiting spam.
By the way, it seems odd to me to have "-webkit-box-shadow" and "box-shadow" without "-moz-box-shadow" (even though the last is only needed in FF3.5.x and FF3.6.x).
November 19th, 2012, 06:19 AM
I do have a page to see but didn't know how to get around the URL restriction
siphon-marketing . com / clients / touch
Hope this helps!
November 19th, 2012, 03:46 PM
IE7 only partially supports "display:inline-block". But even when I try using "float:left" instead, IE7's shrink-wrapping seems much weaker than other browsers.
By the way, "cursor:hand" is an IE only thing. IE6 and newer support "cursor:pointer", which is the correct alternative.
Are you aware that your page contains errors? The first step in debugging should always be making sure that your code is valid (in order to rule out any errors as the cause for the problem).
November 19th, 2012, 04:16 PM
Yeah...I know the site's a mess! I inherited this and was contracted to fix this min-width issue only to find that there are serious problems!
I recommend a complete 'recode' but client won't be too happy
We're actually going to leave IE7 'as is' and call it a day.
November 19th, 2012, 04:48 PM
Yeah, I would prefer to just leave that kind of thing "as is" too. It only looks a little odd, not severely broken at all.