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    CSS Positioning Problem

    Hi,

    I'm running a weblog about photography, cunningly called PhotographyBLOG...

    It's been up for about a month. A couple of visitors have reported an issue on IE5 for Macs. Basically the mini-calendar on the main page should be right-aligned, but on IE5 it loses all alignment and overlays the posts on the left-hand side.

    I'm looking for a solution to this CSS positioning problem.
    Point your browser at:

    http://www.photographyblog.com

    and for the CSS file:

    http://www.photographyblog.com/weblog.css

    Thanks,
    Mark Goldstein
    Website: http://www.photographyblog.com

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    Originally posted by Mark Goldstein
    I'm looking for a solution to this CSS positioning problem.
    I don't have IE 5 for Mac here but try this:

    Use CSS to hold the table and position it. I did this for you to experiment with:

    Code:
    #minical {
     width : 157px;
     position : absolute;
     /*left : 80%;*/
     right : 3%;
     top : 587px;
     height : 58px;
     z-index : auto;
    }
    RUN2Web

    Has Anyone seen my Furry Little Mind?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Run2Web
    Use CSS to hold the table and position it.
    Thanks!

    I'll give this a try in the next few days and let you know if it worked...

    Mark

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    Hi,

    I think I've solved this with a kludge by putting everything in a table:

    <h4>CALENDAR</h4>
    <table align="right">
    <!-- Mini-calendar -->
    <?php mini_calendar($id,"weblog"); ?>
    </table>

    Thanks for the help anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Goldstein
    Hi,

    I think I've solved this with a kludge by putting everything in a table:
    Looks good!
    RUN2Web

    Has Anyone seen my Furry Little Mind?

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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by Run2Web
    Looks good!
    Thanks - glad you like it!


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