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IE HTML ISSUE

Hi there,

I have a problem with IE while displaying the web page.
Please check this address to see the issue with navigation that I have....
http://www.spletniservis.si/kerf/osnova.html It works well in other browsers except in IE.
Can you help me please? Any instruction how to solve this is much apreciated :-)!

Regards,
Gape11

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IE version..?

by seanferd In reply to IE HTML ISSUE

I'm not seeing the issue you are having, whatever it is.

Are you using add-ons? Compatibility view engaged?

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You're more trusting than I am.

by CharlieSpencer In reply to IE version..?

I wouldn't click on that link on a dare. Where the heck is '.si'?

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Slovenia.

by seanferd In reply to You're more trusting than ...

I just check first, and I have a throw-away OS, so no worries. I look at unknown stuff a lot anyway, checking link behavior, name resolution, and whatnot.

It's like a corporate financial consultancy site.

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RE: You're more trusting than I am.

It is Slovenia... A country with 2milion people... :-)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slovenija

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IE Version is 8

Hi,
I am using IE8, i do not use add-ons, i have compatibility engaged.

I have uploaded two gifs for better understanding of the issue.
This one is perfectly fine viewing in MOzila, Opera, Safari and Chrome.
http://www.spletniservis.si/kerf/menu-navigation-ok.gif

This one is viewed in IE8
http://www.spletniservis.si/kerf/menu-navigation-IE-faulty.gif

Any idea what is wrong?
Thanks

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Are you the site developer?

by seanferd In reply to IE Version is 8

If not, there isn't much you can do about it.

(I <i>am</i> seeing this in IE6 now, where the "tabs" misbehave.)

If you are the site developer, then you'll have to find out what it is that the Trident rendering engine does differently. There are always things that you will have to code separately for different browsers because they don't use the same logic. For instance, inspect the DOM for javascript & CSS rules regarding the image & button. It may be something as simple as changing the border and padding on the first "tab" elements to have a non-zero border or padding, for example. Could be in the button class definition. I couldn't really tell you what the definite problem is, though.

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RE: Are you the site developer?

Hi, yes I am site developer. I got another hint that the width of text it too large / size of the background imnage is too small... I will do some test tonight and will get back to you. Thenks for the help!

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Here is a sideways look I stumbled over.

by seanferd In reply to RE: Are you the site deve ...

It may have some hints for you, even though you are using images and this example is not.
http://www.chipstips.com/?p=470

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nt

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