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    css positioning help . . .

    guys,

    i can't be sure if my positioning of the UP and Down arrows on my site are in place correctly or not.
    during testing all worked well, but i can't check it using IE6 or even IE 5 . . any lend us a hand.

    they DIVS should be aligned correctly and not shoved up five pixels towards the top of the page. this only happens in ie 5, let me know what you see.

    thanks,

    scott

    oops - - http://fluidinkpress.vr9.com

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    This is how it looks in IE6.

    Hope it helps


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    It sounds to me like the dodgy IE5.x box model to me.

    You might want to try this CSS hack and see if you can get it working.

    And we though CSS was supposed to get rid of this nonsense.

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    css woes

    yeah, it's the box model hack that is needed, will do some tests to see if it works.

    scott

    http://fluidinkpress.vr9.com

    ps - site worries almost over! . . . yee ha

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    anyone know how to css box model hack my code?

    this is the code that is not working correctly in IE5, every other broswer works fine. what i am trying to do is add the CSS box model hack to these style rules . . anyone have any ideas?

    scott
    /*THIS IS THE UP CONTROL */
    #divUpControl {
    position: absolute;
    width: 14px; left: 586px;
    top: 66px; z-index:1;
    text-align: right; height: 10px;
    }
    /*THIS IS THE DOWN CONTROL */
    #divDownControl {
    position: absolute;
    width: 14px; left: 586px;
    top: 242px; z-index: 1;
    text-align: right; height: 10px;
    }
    /*DON'T TOUCH THIS*/
    #divContainer {
    position: absolute;
    width: 194px; height: 152px;
    overflow: hidden;
    top: 88px; left: 405px;
    clip: rect(0px, 194px, 152px, 0px);
    visibility: hidden;
    }
    /*OR THIS*/
    #divContent {
    position: absolute;
    top: 0px; left: 0px;
    }

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    fixed!!!!

    guys,

    thanks for all your help, the BOX issue is now fixed . .


    too bad my site is only good for 5+ gen' browsers . . oh well, it's all over now! the dzine issues that is.

    thanks again for everyone's help with my issues with the site.

    rawk,

    scott

    http://fluidinkpress.vr9.com

    ps - IE 5.5 does not support the box fix that i implemented. to get it to work i had to load the original style sheet through a JAVASCRIPT , , same goes for Netscape 6+ . . bit tricky but can email the script to anyone who want it . .

    arvo in OZ . . summer here and Cricket sux.


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