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javascript behaving differently in wordpress

  • # July 14, 2008 at 11:38 am

    ive been following chris’ screencasts of designing for wordpress, and was building a design i had done for a church into wordpress when i noticed some javascripts were behaving differently in IE.

    http://epr-uk.com/wordpress/welcome-to-st-michaels – here is the wordpress version

    http://www.epr-uk.com/smaaa/1/home.html – and here is the non-wordpress.

    the top accordion stretches the whole page in wordpress, but is the correct width in the non-wordpress.
    also, there are wierd transparency issues in the sliding menu at the side, which only occurs in wordpress.

    i was wondering if anyone knows if this is a common issue, or if i have made a mistake somewhere, when transferring the design into wordpress

    # July 14, 2008 at 12:16 pm

    Looks fine in both to me. Did you sort it out? If not, what browser are you seeing the problem in?

    # July 14, 2008 at 12:51 pm

    IE 6 and 7

    heres a picture of what is happening for me

    * EDIT – got it fixed, looks like the starkers theme of wordpress was positioning my links relatively, which was screwing everything up.

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