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Are you sure you need to worry about IE5? That browser is as mordant as
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"cdpete" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> When creating a dropdown menu using a client's logo in Studio 8. The menu
> works brilliantly in all browsers except IE5+ for the MAC, where the
> that are centered in the table move flush LEFT as in this example.
> If you import the code for this site into DW CS3 or DW Studio 8, you can
> the lopsided effect in the Design Window.
> Any ideas how to counteract this? Is the DocType throwing this off?
First of all I want to say thanks for your reply regarding my post about Fireworks Quirkiness.
I agree with you about the MAC IE browser - I don't think anyone is really using it these days.
I still think there might be a glitch in my program? I'm running Studio8 on a MAC.
Somehow the code that is exporting the dropdown menus is creating a glitch.
If you have any insight, I would be most appreciative.
If this is above what you do for Adobe, then don't bother trying to figure it all out.
I may just uninstall and re-install the program to see if the glitches disappear.
I am attaching the code for the page which links to - http://peterelliott.biz/avidjoan.htm
Both page and CSS Style sheet code generated by FWStudio8 for the MAC.
This results in the SOLID Blue line indicating the photo aligns Flush Left -
My client who uses the CS3 Suite doesn't see the Blue lines - but sees the Images FLUSH LEFT -as in this shot.
I feel certain that there is a bug somewhere that needs fixing.
Again any help you can give would be grateful.