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- Paul F. Johnson
January 2, 2005, 10:14 pm
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The CSS and html validates throughout the site, but there is something
Different browsers, even at the same resolution, cough on the css as you
can see if you visit the site.
Any ideas where I've gone wrong?
Re: css problem
First thing is selectors like this:
ul.makeMenu li > ul
IE doesn't undestand child selectors and so treats that as
ul.makeMenu li ul
which can have side effects if you nest your lists more than two
levels deep or sometimes have intermediate elements between the li and
If you want IE to ignore those styles altogether chage it to
IE also doesn't support :hover on anything except <a> elements which
Part of the problem at different resolutions will be down to the fact
that you've set the right column to have a width of 70% and a right
margin of 16em. So where 16em is more than 30% of the page width you
And what on earth is
<font size="+2" color="green">Welcome to all-the-johnsons.co.uk</font>
Shouldn't that be a h1 with appropriate CSS?