I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
Thanks, but it is being loaded. if it wasn't there would be no borders, no gradient in the background, no grass texture in the title bar, etc. there are probably 3 dozen things on that page that wouldn't be there if the CSS page was not functioning...
It looks okay in IE5 - image, text, icon..
I'm not sure if that's good news or bad..
If it's a browser bug, it might be a royal ***** to work around...
You just fixed it. the css that is..
Take this out.
<DIV style="CLEAR: both"></DIV>.
Also IE doesn't do a img:hover..
*lol* I've got another word for it, but that will do for almost polite company..
For what it's worth, I didn't see a problem with the code, and I'm using a Mac. I tried IE6 when it first came out and couldn't use it. It choked, spluttered, rattled and did everything but work..
I don't know much about strict XHTML, but could it have something to do with the fact that you've got two division tags with different classes together? Could one be cancelling out the other?.
I changed it just to demonstrate that it doesn't make a difference. default.css is at the site's root, so /default.css is just as good as ../default.css when i'm only one directory deep..
While this does solve the IE problem, it also breaks every browser that renders floating objects properly..
I know, but it works for most browsers so I've left it like that for now. That's a minor issue that I'll address later on..
I think I'm going to modify the layout of this page and not just because of this issue I'm having. It just feels a little sloppy to me. Hopefully the new design won't have this problem anymore...
Huh? never seen anybody use that along with floating objects. it ran just fine in mozilla. without that div clear..
Those are toally different. one is same directory and one is a directory back. just because it worked in IE is a little odd, but those.
/default.css is NOT same directory, it is the base directory. you are right tho, they are different, just not in the way you say they are. /default.css is a relative HTML path whereas ../default.css is a relative filesystem path..
I'll even prove it. the only place I have a default.css is in the root directory. i've tweaked item.php to allow you to choose whether or not to use the stylesheet in mozilla by going to View -> Use Style. Clear Night is my default.css. Basic Page Style is the page with no style sheet. if my link to default.css (which is now set back to "/default.css") didn't work, both of these options would yield the same result, wouldn't they?..
Someone else told me the same thing today so I tried it just to make sure. it can.
To work if there's enough text to drag the box down below the thumbnail, but if you take a look at one of the items with a short description or totally lacking one, you'll see the thumbnail hangs over the border of it's container. widening your window may yield the same results, depending on just how wide you can get it. apparently IE does also now render floating objects properly. IE5 did not, altho the way it did it often seemed way more convenient. i've left the clear attrib off so that you can take a look if you'd like...