June 17th, 2001, 05:59 PM
"123 456 789" in explorer but
in netscape it is displayed as:
And thats the wierd thing about it!!
This is the code that I have used for the layers:
<b><DIV ID="sa" style="position:absolute; LEFT:319; TOP:252; background-color:white; width:100; height:20; visibility:hidden"> 1300 138 149</DIV></b>
Can anyone tell me why this is happening?? If there is a better way to display these numbers without using a textbox in a browser then do let me know.
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by yoshimitsu; June 17th, 2001 at 06:01 PM.
June 18th, 2001, 04:04 AM
Which version of Netscape are you using?
I believe you need the <LAYER> tag in NS4.
In NS6 your code works just fine.
Btw, perhaps (for some obscure reason) NS is doing a word wrap? Try adding a border to your box so you can see its outline.
Also (but this has nothing to do with your question), instead of using the <b></b> you should use font-weight: bold in your style definition. Or at least use <strong></strong> tags.
Another way to solve this is to show the phone number in a normal text field (or a textarea if you need to display more info). So what to do if no selection has been made? How about showing a text "Phonenumber", or disabling the field?
Also a neat trick is setting the border to none and leaving the content empty. Using a text field has the following advantages: it is supported by all browsers, and it allows you to edit the phonenumber.