I have a site linked below that looks fine in IE8, Firefox and Safari but for some reason in IE7 it shows a big text link with the letters “ue” in the top left corner of the home page. Is this a quirk for IE7 only? Does it have anything at all to do with the comments that I have included in the HTML?
Hi, I’m sorry but that’s wrong. It is IE6 only and none of those will fix it (not to be rude). I realize you don’t have IE to test with so please don’t be offended :). I’m just trying to help the OP
Thbe problem is that you set a text-indent:-999px, however that’s not enough of a value for big monitors and thus a few characters from the <h1> are displayed. If you remove some characters in the <h1> logo element then you wil lsee it go away… Change it to -999em
I chose em because ems generally equate to larger values so they can cater for situations like these.
I mentioned to it to him twice while I was up there, I don’t know what else I can do to be hoenst. A direct confrontation did not work.
I even tried blackmailing him. He had a CSS problem and I was like “remove those two things on your page and I’ll tell you the fix”
He ended up being able to fix it himself though :(.