ul renders ABOVE the div containing them
# November 20, 2009 at 6:41 pm
I’m creating a template, strict, that I have two issues I just can’t crack,
*the ul/li-items of the first-row top-menu renders ABOVE the div containing them, this
happens both in safari4 and ff3, however, in ie6(!) everything looks as I was expceting.
* the right margin of the search-box is very unstable over different browsers and I
can’t find out why
thankful for any advices. If the CSS contain other errors than that, please feel free to
pick on me, it does validate at w3. The code contain no external references, to
the benefit of anyone who’s willing to look into it.
Thanks in anvance,
//tCode:# November 22, 2009 at 5:35 am
Hi Ashton and thank You for your quick reply, :-D
I’ve tried the suggested code, both at #tr1 ul and #tr1, separatly and combined,
and it seems to have no effect, neither in safari or ff.
The concept of the theme is quite simple I belive, but I’m new to strict,
I’ve made some clarifications colouring, (and restoring logo size through css),
* The ul still behaves odd,
* There are added margins and ignored heights in ie6 and (but that’s a minor issue)Code:
Thanks again Ashton, or anyone else for interest of looking in to it,
All the best,
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