# July 26, 2011 at 6:56 pm
You don’t even need the shiv – you’re not using any of the new html5 elements.
For me, it’s showing everything fine except for the background and box shadows. The box shadows you can forget about and you need a background fallback (or separate stylesheet) for IE
edit// it appears you have a fallback background image (why not just a color?) but it has a bad url# July 28, 2011 at 3:49 am
Im not seeing the bad url. Also, I have it as a graphic rather then a solid color to be able to have the transparency regardless of browser. Also, just did a validate, besides the image not having alt tag, it checks out.
Edit: The only background descrepency I saw was with a background-position: whatever; while declaring a background: rgba(); — Not sure if it would take both into account, but I fixed that, however wouldnt change the problem im having in IE 6 with the shim. However, the background was messing up as well, and I declared a filter for IE
background:url(../images/background_gradient.png) repeat-x #5cbc04;
font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
And after some more messing around after my meeting with the client, she wanted the content box to be more centered. Works in every browser except IE5-6, which the right column, with the map, gets pushed down.
Edit2 ::: Found it. % =/= good. I fixed it then forgot to ftp it onto the site, thinking I didn’t find the problem. But works now, However there’s just the one issue of the weird gradient, is the fallback correct? Seems to work fine, just wondering if its semantic. Also the right column with the map being pushed down. Seems to be the only problems left.# July 28, 2011 at 1:40 pm
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