I'm having an issue with emulation check on IE7. For some reason it seems to be ignoring my css and it's completely scrambled. IE5, IE6, IE8, IE9 and beyond looks great. I had to fix alignment issues on divs in IE5+6, but other that they're fine. But IE7 just looks like crap. I'm using my local machine to build my own personal site, so I'm wondering if it's my localhost server? Or if it's a bug in IE's emulation for IE7. I cross browser checked just about every type of browser/resolution there was, but IE7 is just kicking my butt. …

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Hi All, Some of my webpages in ie showing scripts erros at the bottom left. How to deal with that Thanks in advance

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Greetings! I took some code from this [site](http://osvaldas.info/elegant-css-and-jquery-tooltip-responsive-mobile-friendly). It works great in EVERY browser but IE7 where the arrow of the tooltip is missing. I know that there are issues with IE7 not supporting :after in CSS. I've tried adding this code: <!--[if lt IE 8]> <script src="http://ie7-js.googlecode.com/svn/version/2.1(beta4)/IE8.js"></script> <![endif]--> But it hasn't made a difference. There has to be some type of hack I can add in. I need this tooltip to work in both mobile and IE7 (strange company I work for, ha!). This is my css: <style type="text/css"> #tooltip { text-align: center; color: #fff; background: #111; position: absolute; …

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i am trying to make an image align to be vertically centered. As it works perfect in all browser except IE7 . I already tried a lot. here is my css and div. .vertical_align_center{ background: none repeat scroll 0 0 #FFFFFF; display: table-cell; height: 209px; line-height: 209px; margin: 4px; text-align: center; vertical-align: middle; width: 160px; } <div class="vertical_align_center"> <img src="images/text.jpg" width="100" height="50" /> </div> Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in Advance.

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Hi, I am using Contao, which I am unfamiliar with, to make a website for my boss, and now it is published I can get it to work on every browser except IE 6 and 7. The images are coming out all misshapen... Open [URL="http://www.carolineredmanlusher.com"]www.carolineredmanlusher.com[/URL] in IE6/7 to see what I mean! I think it's due to IE 7 not parsing the float property and margins/padding as well as the newer browsers do, I've been told I should be able to get round it with one extra style sheet and then add an 'if' statement to the header on each …

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Hi, I have a problem with a search box not displaying all of the fields in Internet Explorer 7. All seems to work okay in 8, 9, Firefox, Safari and Opera... Can anyone offer any advice? Search box is close to the top of this url.. [url]http://www.lastminutetheatretickets.com/[/url] the style sheet is at [url]http://www.lastminutetheatretickets.com/seaviewstyle.css[/url] In Explorer 7 the middle two search boxes don't show. Any help greatly appreciated.

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Hi all, I'm working on a website which has a horizontal navigation menu, much like the one on DaniWeb. Basically I need to include an icon which floats right for each list item. IE7 has a bug whereby if the container div does not have a width stipulated then a right floated element inside of the div will cause it to expand to 100% width. I've tried numerous workarounds that i've seen in blogs and other forums but to no avail. I've spent around 15 hours on this bug. I'm not a designer but due to lack of designer resource …

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Hi Whilst I have checked both the HTML and CSS for errors and have found none I have an issue with rendering using IE8 and IE7. IE9 is fine as are the other browsers. When I click on the navbar, the display loses all styling and displays for a second or less a default white background and text stretching across the full width of the display. Since my website background is a very dark shade of grey, almost black, the effect is most unpleaant. Has anyone any idea why this is happening? Geoff

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I've worked on a site redesign for my boss, and, as the title says, it looks good in pretty much everything *except* IE7 (and I'm assuming earlier versions, as well). Some of my images go missing, and elements shift to strange spots on the page. I'll be the first to admit, my code is probably a little sloppy. I'm nowhere close to being an expert, and it's been several years since I last cobbled together anything. I was also attempting to do this page from scratch, in one day, with a 5:00pm deadline, while keeping my energetic 3-year-old entertained. : …

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Hello, This website - [url]http://www.romical.com[/url] - looks ok in all browser expect IE7. for some reason the flash header is not centered and the menu gets distorted so the most left menu entry is not seen.. I have tried tweaking with margins/padding but could not help it... would be very happy if someone has an idea

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Hello, I want to ask.. I have a website which is fine to be opened using any other browsers except IE7. In IE7, some of the functions do not work well. I tried using IE8 and it worked fine. Anybody knows the solution? Thank you

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Have a look at this HTML code. In IE7 it displays two rows of a table-like form, much the same as in Firefox 3.x, 4 and Chrome. Now uncomment the [ICODE]"<!--div>abc</div-->"[/ICODE] and look again. Now the row spacing has become much larger, about 1em. I don't have a clue where this comes from and how I could possibly avoid it. I need the <div> above the table to display some text. The effect stays the same if you replace the <div> by a <p>. [CODE]<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en"><head> <title></title> <meta http-equiv="Content-type" content="text/html; …

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Hi there, I've been searching all over the internet for a solution to this problem but can't seem to find anything that solves it. I got a masterform with the following code: [CODE]<%@ Master Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="FolderMasterForm2.master.cs" Inherits="FolderMasterForm2" %> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head id="Head" runat="server"> <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" /> ... ... ... [/CODE] and all the pages who use the masterform are supposed to be displayed in IE7-mode, but for some reason the internet browser ignores the IE7 emulation and displays it as IE8 as default. (I can go to the developer's menu and change it to IE7 and ti works, …

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Ladies and Gents, I would appreciate your help solving a problem with an XP laptop I have been asked to clean up. It was riddled with Malware and Spyware including various fake scanners asking the user to upgrade to pro. I have been running malwarebytes and avg 2011 on it, which has shifted all but the redirect issue. I have followed the instructions on posting and have the various scan logs to show you. I was not able to download one of them as the bleepingcomputer website where the file is located is down. I would be very grateful for …

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Hi, Please go easy on me. This is my first website. :) I am having trouble getting my text to line up how I want it to in IE7. It works fine in Firefox and Safari. Wondering if someone can help me fix and understand where I am going wrong. Page is up at: [url]http://www.doublehappinesscelebrant.com.au/DHappiness/pricing.html[/url] Relevant code as follows: -please let me know if I haven't included enough. [CODE] <div id="text"> <p class="content"> <img src="../Documents/Website Projects/xxx/girl_1.png" alt="special melbourne weddings" width="250" height="375" class="image_price_girl" /><h1>Pricing </h1> <p class="content">Fees depend on the time of year, services needed and scheduling. I am flexible and …

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Hi there, I have created a web page that looks fine in all browsers, except for IE7. Any idea why? [url]http://laudontech.com/temp/mansonville/[/url] Is there some custom CSS I need for IE6 and IE7? Thanks in advance, Mapper

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Hi, I need help with horizontal dropdown css menu. It works fine with IE8, FF and Chrome. My client is using IE 6. Here's link [URL="http://bluedataesl.com/ie.png"]http://bluedataesl.com/ie.png[/URL] I am using this css menu [URL="http://sperling.com/examples/menuh/"]http://sperling.com/examples/menuh/[/URL]. Menu at [URL="http://bluedataesl.com"]http://bluedataesl.com[/URL] I follow step by step instructions. but nothing seem to work for me. Below is my CSS code which I am using for the menu. [CODE]#menuh-container { height: auto; margin-left: 18px; float: left; } #menuh { font-size: small; font-family: arial, helvetica, sans-serif; width:100%; float:left; } #menuh img { border: 0px; } #menuh a { display:block; /* border: 1px solid #555; text-align: center;*/ white-space:nowrap; margin:0; …

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Hi everyone, I have an issue with IE7 not responding as it should after a log-in to a website I built for a client. This same problem also affects the add to basket or add to wish-list functionality, the checkout process, and all other Ajax requests. Here is a breakdown of what happens... 1. User clicks on the "log-in" link. 2. Log-in page opens (new page). 3. User logs in (Ajax submission of credentials, page supposed to reload, but does not in IE7) 4. Log-in block is supposed to show user details now, but does not, because page did not …

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All my Favorites have a generic icon. When I try to open one, I get a File Download - Security Warning screen that asks me if I want to open or save the file. This began sometime after my PC was infected with a Trojan. My machine has been disinfected and runs fine with the exception of a few things that seem to have broken as a result of the infection or the cleanup of the infection. I did install Firefox because IE 7 did not work when I first got infected. Favorites seem to work fine in Firefox..just cant …

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Hi, I am having issues attaching the following if statements in the head of my page to show the correct CSS for older versions of IE. I am using : <!--[if lte IE 6]> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/css/mainiesix.css" /> <![endif]--> <!--[if IE 7]> <link href="/css/mainieseven.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /> <![endif]--> <link href="css/main.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />

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Hello I am having trouble with my spry drop down menu shifting to the right when I hover over the navigation bar. It is only the submenu's that shift, not the actually nav bar itself. The error is only visible in IE6 & IE7. I do not see the problem at all on Firefox (windows/mac), Safari (windows/mac) or IE8. [I][COLOR="Red"]Note: This is the dreamweaver spry drop down menu.[/COLOR][/I] If someone can help, that will be greatly appreciated. Here's the site: [url]http://eagleridge.blueicegraphix.com[/url] Hopefully its not a javascript issue, as I am not too familiar with the language. CSS Code: [CODE]@charset "UTF-8"; …

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[url]http://arnotinteractive.com/mayakaimal/httpdocs/recipes_coconutTEST.html[/url] In IE7/Windows the left vertical navbar disappears. I have used every hasLayout trick I know. Can anyone put a finger on it? I'm working with legacy code to complicate matters... Style sheet: [url]http://arnotinteractive.com/mayakaimal/httpdocs/alt_styles.css[/url] Help! I'm swamped! bb

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I just started the process of learning CSS web design so I’m fairly certain my code is a little messy but I was hoping someone might be able to help me out. I am working on a website with a large background image. It works just fine in google chrome, firefox and IE8, but IE7 the background image shows up when you first open the page but disappears if you click away from the homepage and return. Is this a bug in ie7? Does anyone know of a quick fix? I would hate to have to redesign the whole site. …

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I can reproduce this bug in IE7 (and a colleague in IE6), my link is here: [url]http://www.pritaeas.net/tools/linkfarm/[/url] If you select a tag the list gets filtered and the tag added to the selected div. Unselecting it will reset the taglist, and remove() the tag from the selected div. Selecting another one will result in positioning the new tag next to the element that has been removed. Is this a jQuery issue, or can this be fixed by changing my css. After a suggestion on StackOverflow I've also tried to use .hide() and .hide("fast") but to no avail. T.i.a. Originally posted …

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Hello, I have a web layout inside a table that allows it to be both vertically and horizontally aligned. It was working well in all browers, until I needed to make a div with a relative positioning. Now that div does not align vertically in IE6 and IE7. It works in other browers. The reason I needed to make it relative it's because it has to contain a smaller div that should go to the bottom, which has positioning absolute and bottom:0. The DIV that is not vertically aligning has the id="menu" in the example. Any help really appreciated! Here …

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Hi I have had to re-establish that I prefer using IE8 as my default browser, well at least on one desktop PC. I have IE7 on the other, and I prefer that browser to IE8 which does not allow me to save to my last folder used to save a URL. and there are other issues! Clients might use either IE7 or IE8 or Firefox, or another browser. what I have noticed is that IE8 and IE7 renders my websites better than Firefox. It would seem that Firefox may be faster, but at a cost. Why else is the browser …

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Hi I have a Frontpage 2002 web. I am finding that the program won't generate the HTML code on editing one of my pages and adding to it. In fact (it has happened before on another page) on an edit the previous HTML code is removed leaving a blank page. In short. edit a Frontpage 2002 page and I am losing my HTML. I thought this was due to adding a DOCTYPE statement -which apparently 2002 does not need. and also adding a meta statement to get the website to run in IE7 mode. I should have left well alone! …

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I have created a PHP page using CSS for styling. It looks great in IE. However, in Firefox, it is just a mess. Here is the link to the page: [url]http://www.laudontech.com/temp/pceditor.php[/url] Any ideas? Should I develop for Firefox, then try and fix for IE? Or, the other way around? Thanks in advance, Mapper

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Hello! I'm having trouble with the CSS of this liquid (flixible ) layout. The problem occurs only in IE7. Whenever I decrease the size of the browser the #eventsListing (6 images) drops under #content (text/copy). I tried all kinds of hacks and freestyle solutions but nothing have worked so far. Let me know if you think of something that might solve it. Thank you in advance! Happy coding. :) /*CONTENT AREA*/ a {overflow:hidden;} .clearLeft {clear:both;} #contentArea {color:#000; font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; max-width:100%; min-width:665px; padding-top:0px;} #content {width:30%; float:left;} #content h1 {padding:14px 13px 2px;} #content p {padding:0 13px;} #eventsListing {border-left: #a6aaad; float:left; width:450px;} …

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Well, it looks like the latest installment of Microsoft's browser, IE8, is now [url=http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/ie/ie8/readiness/Install.htm]available for download[/url] in beta status. While I'm not daring enough to give it a go myself, word on the street is that, while Microsoft boasts it passes the ACID2 test, it renders most sites rather awkwardly, to the point of being unusable for regular web browsing. (It leaves a sour taste when you consider that their main push is adhering to standards and compliancy.) To add insult to injury, while MS is off boasting that IE8 is CSS2 compliant, they seem to ignore the fact that …

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