New Look CSS-Tricks
# September 8, 2009 at 6:17 pm
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Is anyone else noticing some oddities in the layout? I’m getting a couple abnormalities in the button rollovers and positioning.
Normally where it would say FAQ or Explore, it’s bringing the text below where the header seems it should be, and the area where the header is keeps any of the rollover effects from functioning. The links seem to work, just the rollovers appear to be affected.
This was in FF. Seems like that part does work in IE6, but the right-floated nav bar TOTALLY freaks out :) At least IE8 looks ok with everything =D# September 9, 2009 at 11:53 am
Feel free to screenshot any issues for me so I can take a closer look.
I didn’t touch anything in the forums besides reskinning the header and footer, so that’s super weird about the forum icons. I was seeing that problem too, so I just hid them for now, as I’m not sure how useful they were anyway.
I am not seeing the problem with FAQ or Explore though…# September 9, 2009 at 5:30 pm
@chris, I tested that in every browser I had: Opera(Windows/Linux/Mac), Internet Explorer 6-8, Firefox(Windows/Linux/Mac), Google Chrome(Windows/Linux) Konqueror/Linux and I couldn’t reproduce it. I even tried it in AirKit and couldn’t get it :S. Haven’t tried Safari (crashes my PowerMac).
But, I did notice this: [img]http://i25.tinypic.com/2w66kqp.png[/img]
In order: Firefox/Windows, Firefox/Linux (Ubuntu), Google Chrome (Chromium)/Linux (Ubuntu), and Google Chrome/Windows.# September 9, 2009 at 7:21 pm
I think I figured it out. I was using an em-space ( ) which was causing some wicked weird problems with line-height. I should probably have looked into it deeper, but ultimately, I gave up on that 3D sidebar approach and did something different over there, which actually solved the 1024px problem too, so whatever, we’re all good now =)
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