5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 4, 2006 3:51 AM by Newsgroup_User

    100% wide - bug in IE?

    Level 7
      Hello all,

      I am going to present a layout for a client to aprove, and although I
      usually print it, I also put it online (without working as a real site).

      I have notest a "bug" in IE before, but it's starting to be anoying *grrrrr*

      The url:
      http://cursofa.coresaocubo.com

      I'm in a PC and I use IE 6, and Firefox 1.0.7

      Although I use a table that is 100% wide, in IE there is always something
      like a 6 pixels gap at the right side of the page, wich dissapears when I
      press F5 (wich is ridiculous). In Fireforx works fine as expected (100% wide
      with no gap).

      Is there anyway to force the 100% wide in IE as the page loads (not having
      to press the F5 so that the page appears as planned)?

      Thank you very much,

      Ana


        • 1. Re: 100% wide - bug in IE?
          Level 7
          Just a suggestion is nit because you don't have it maximised? On my screen
          if I shrink the page I see the line but when I expand it dissapears. Seems
          to be a bordar on the scroll bar perhaps?

          Ian
          "ana" <anabreu@coresaocubo.pt> wrote in message
          news:e8dd4h$5bm$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > Hello all,
          >
          > I am going to present a layout for a client to aprove, and although I
          > usually print it, I also put it online (without working as a real site).
          >
          > I have notest a "bug" in IE before, but it's starting to be anoying
          > *grrrrr*
          >
          > The url:
          > http://cursofa.coresaocubo.com
          >
          > I'm in a PC and I use IE 6, and Firefox 1.0.7
          >
          > Although I use a table that is 100% wide, in IE there is always something
          > like a 6 pixels gap at the right side of the page, wich dissapears when I
          > press F5 (wich is ridiculous). In Fireforx works fine as expected (100%
          > wide with no gap).
          >
          > Is there anyway to force the 100% wide in IE as the page loads (not having
          > to press the F5 so that the page appears as planned)?
          >
          > Thank you very much,
          >
          > Ana
          >


          • 2. Re: 100% wide - bug in IE?
            Level 7
            Hi Ian,

            Thanks for the suggestion, but at least here (using IE 6), the gap appears
            no matter what (maximized or not) :(
            It only dissapears when I press F5 :(
            *sigh*

            thanks anyway

            Ana


            • 3. Re: 100% wide - bug in IE?
              Level 7
              ana wrote:
              > Hi Ian,
              >
              > Thanks for the suggestion, but at least here (using IE 6), the gap appears
              > no matter what (maximized or not) :(
              > It only dissapears when I press F5 :(
              > *sigh*
              >
              > thanks anyway
              >
              > Ana


              Hi,

              You need to add this to your CSS....

              body {
              margin: 0px;
              padding: 0px;
              }

              HTH

              --
              chin chin
              Sinclair
              • 4. Re: 100% wide - bug in IE?
                Level 7
                Djinn

                That solved the problem!

                Thank you sooooo much for the help,

                Ana


                • 5. Re: 100% wide - bug in IE?
                  Level 7
                  ana wrote:
                  > Djinn
                  >
                  > That solved the problem!
                  >
                  > Thank you sooooo much for the help,
                  >
                  > Ana
                  >
                  >

                  NP :-)


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                  chin chin
                  Sinclair