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- Posted on
August 7, 2006, 3:27 pm
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Here are 2 files :
1/ http://mynath.free.fr/temp/m1.html (OK)
2/ http://mynath.free.fr/temp/m2.html (not OK)
If you open theses files on IE, you can see an awful scroll on file
m1.html doesn't display a scroll bar, and you can resize (reasonable
sizes!) the IE window, you'll never have this scroll bar.
How could you explain the discrepancies in the behavior of these two files?
I don't want to see this scroll bar! and it should work with every long
text in the field.
I've the latest 6.0 version of IE :
IE version 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2_gdr.050301-1519
Niveau de cryptage 128-bits
Version des mises à jour :; SP2;
All the pages pass W3C validator test for XHTML
Thank you very much!
- Beauregard T. Shagnasty
August 7, 2006, 7:17 pm
Re: Inputs on IE issue, differents results for the same HTML code
While I'm not sure why IE messes up (other that it is IE), I'd suggest
starting to solve this problem by removing all the styles and spacer
gifs. Then add back one at a time until it fails.
Why are you using tables? Try a three-column CSS layout.
Not sure why ...
First of all, new documents should be Strict rather than Transitional.
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