scialom — 2011-07-21T01:54:10-04:00 — #1
Please have a look over here:
it looks good on IE8 but terrible on IE7
What can I do to fix it?
3dy_ro — 2011-07-21T03:20:22-04:00 — #2
Add an IE7-only stylesheet and try to override your default CSS.
paulob — 2011-07-21T04:17:24-04:00 — #3
That's not exactly helpful and looks almost like fluff so please make sure your posts are constructive and provide proper solutions.
The problem with the page is in fact down to a few typos in the CSS and there is no need to re-write all the css or include another stylesheet.
There are three stray quotations marks that are corrupting the css and I have wrapped comments around them so that you can see where they are. You also need a position:relative and a margin as shown.
[B] /* "*/[/B]
/*min-height: 118px; no needed*/
/* min-height: 216px;not needed*/
/*min-height: 495; not needed and where's the units*/
That will fix the page as I have copied and tested locally.
Note that there is no need to say height and min-height with the same measurement and unit at the same time. Just use height if you want a fixed height or use min-height if you want min-height.
scialom — 2011-07-21T04:38:44-04:00 — #4
thank you very much!