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Jan 17, 2008, 15:57 #1
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Build Window to Prevent IE6 Bleed Through
I am constructing a proof of concept and have run into an issue with IE6. I know conceptually how this works but the technical implementation is causing me some issues. Here is conceptually how this is suppose to work.
1. I am creating a container div which will have all elements of a window added to it.
2. I am adding an iframe to the container div which will prevent select list html elements from bleeding through the window (needed for IE6).
3. I added another div which would be the body of the window.
This proof of concept has been stripped down to its basic elements since I can not solve this 1 issue with bleed thru in IE6.
Here is the issue.
If I do not add the bodyDiv to the container window, the Iframe prevents the select list box from bleeding through in IE6. As soon as I added the bodyDiv to the container, the select list bleeds through again. It is like the bodyDiv replaces the Iframe but I did do a getElementById after the bodyDiv was added and it does exist, so this is not a true statement.
I was hoping someone had experience with this issue and could point out to me what I am doing incorrectly here. I know this concept works but when I dynamically build the window components as I am now, it is not working.
I also notice if I changed the size of the bodyDiv to be smaller than the Iframe (for example, make the bodyDiv width/height 197, the iframe does prevent the bleed through). If the width/height is 198 to 200, the iframe does not prevent the bleed through.
Any help would be appreciated… I am going crazy here.
Thanks in advance for your time.