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    IE browser issue

    Hi,

    The width of the pinned div shrinks in IE 9 alone from it's original width on window scroll.
    Any quick fixes.?

    Appreciate it.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coding_rd View Post
    Hi,
    The width of the pinned div shrinks in IE 9 alone from it's original width on window scroll.
    Forgive the poor attempt at humour but that must rate as one of the most obscure question we've had in the forums. It sounds like something from "Allo Allo".

    Joking aside, we will need a little more to go on. I've no idea what a "pinned" div is but it sounds as though you could mean "fixed positioned" but either way we will need some code to go with that. Post the css and html that explains the problem you are having or post a link if available and I'm sure that we can give more help than my silly joke.

    Also add any instructions on how to reproduce the problem if it is not immediately obvious from the code/link you present..

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    Is this a continuation of the same question you asked in this thread?

    It's not good etiquette to ask the same question twice in different forum sections. If its a continuation of the other thread but you think that its now a css issue then we can move the whole thread so that we know what went before. Otherwise as you see from my first reply we are lost.

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    its very difficult to judge what exactly you're trying to ask without having a look at the code and the webpage.

    Here's a raw answer based on what you said:

    Why don't you try define the max height and max width along with the min height and min width CSS property


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