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i have a problem with my SignIn Form in Internet Explorer.
The Problem is, that i cant see the Input Labels (eMail and Password) at IE but it works perfect in FF, Safari and so on.
I already found out, that it works when i delete the "name="loginform" id="loginform"" but then, i cant login without these informations.
Does anybody know, how to solve that?
A idea was, to code a IE only Login Form but i can write an ie stylesheet only but not an ie html file only :P
Here is the Link to the Site: http://ptfp.edvo.htl-donaustadt.at
And here the Stylesheet: http://ptfp.edvo.htl-donaustadt.at/ptfp … layout.css
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Add ‘position: relative’ to body and ‘position: absolute’ to #top-nav in the CSS.
Doesn’t work with position: relative/absolute.
I just found out that, when i delete display: none from the LoginForm, that i have the inputs label in IE.
But the Problem is that i need the display:none.. otherwise the loginform is everytime there without clicking on the signin button.
Is there a special trick for display:none in IE?
No ideas, how to fix that problem?
Does that solve it?
okay, now the input fields works.. i dunno why i didnt thought about this idea.
But another Problem is, when i open the Form, that he move the full site (navigation, content, footer..) down.. but he should overlay the Form.
Do you know why?
Change ‘position: fixed’ to ‘position: absolute’ on your #loginform. I think that should work.
No, not really. With position: absolute; its on the right side of the loginform.
I also tried it to position it relative but it ended with the same "effect"..
And when i position it with absolute and move it with top:, right:.. the "area" with the submit button and the links isnt inside it.
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