6 Replies Latest reply on Jul 22, 2007 5:15 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Site messed up in IE6 and lower

    SyKeSnr1 Level 1
      As the title says, my site goes messed up with ie6 and less. In ie 7 and firefox 2 everything is working great..

      To be more specific, both my sidebars get out of sync in IE 5.5 and IE6 (the left one moved up over my header and the right one shifts to the right a lot). In my template I can freelly move them and they are set up so that they fit neetly between the header footer and body of all my pages (the body is minimum of 700 pixels high so that it should not overlap with my sidebars).

      What is probably going wrong? If needs be, ill post code and such.
        • 1. Re: Site messed up in IE6 and lower
          SyKeSnr1 Level 1
          quote:

          Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
          As the title says, my site goes messed up with ie6 and less. In ie 7 and firefox 2 everything is working great..

          To be more specific, both my sidebars get out of sync in IE 5.5 and IE6 (the left one moved up over my header and the right one shifts to the right a lot). In my template I can freelly move them and they are set up so that they fit neetly between the header footer and body of all my pages (the body is minimum of 700 pixels high so that it should not overlap with my sidebars).

          maybe important to ad, my page has the following requirements:

          Javascript
          Developed with CSS3
          .asp pages with access database
          What is probably going wrong? If needs be, ill post code and such.


          • 2. Re: Site messed up in IE6 and lower
            SyKeSnr1 Level 1
            quote:

            Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
            quote:

            Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
            As the title says, my site goes messed up with ie6 and less. In ie 7 and firefox 2 everything is working great..

            To be more specific, both my sidebars get out of sync in IE 5.5 and IE6 (the left one moved up over my header and the right one shifts to the right a lot). In my template I can freelly move them and they are set up so that they fit neetly between the header footer and body of all my pages (the body is minimum of 700 pixels high so that it should not overlap with my sidebars).

            maybe important to ad, my page has the following requirements:

            Javascript
            Developed with CSS3
            .asp pages with access database
            What is probably going wrong? If needs be, ill post code and such.





            It seems that IE7 automatically detects that the sidebars need to be between the header and footer and between the edge of the body and the edge of the total width of the page. Other explorers dont do this. Is there a way to solve this stupid thing relatively simple??

            Thanks.
            • 3. Re: Site messed up in IE6 and lower
              Level 7
              > Developed with CSS3

              CSS3? IE6 doesn't support it.

              Did you post a link to the site?

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              "SyKeSnr1" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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              >
              quote:

              Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
              >
              quote:

              Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
              > As the title says, my site goes messed up with ie6 and less. In ie 7 and
              > firefox 2 everything is working great..
              >
              > To be more specific, both my sidebars get out of sync in IE 5.5 and IE6
              > (the
              > left one moved up over my header and the right one shifts to the right a
              > lot).
              > In my template I can freelly move them and they are set up so that they
              > fit
              > neetly between the header footer and body of all my pages (the body is
              > minimum
              > of 700 pixels high so that it should not overlap with my sidebars).
              >
              > maybe important to ad, my page has the following requirements:
              >
              > Javascript
              > Developed with CSS3
              > .asp pages with access database
              > What is probably going wrong? If needs be, ill post code and such.

              >
              >

              >
              > It seems that IE7 automatically detects that the sidebars need to be
              > between
              > the header and footer and between the edge of the body and the edge of the
              > total width of the page. Other explorers dont do this. Is there a way to
              > solve
              > this stupid thing relatively simple??
              >
              > Thanks.
              >

              • 4. Re: Site messed up in IE6 and lower
                SyKeSnr1 Level 1
                quote:

                Originally posted by: Newsgroup User
                > Developed with CSS3

                CSS3? IE6 doesn't support it.

                Did you post a link to the site?

                I have made a testpage for you so you can clearly see the difference in a IE6 and lower and a IE 7:

                http://www.speeltjesoutlet.nl/test.asp

                (if you dont have both IE 6 and 7 browsers, see http://ipinfo.info/netrenderer/index.php, an excellent site to view a site in different browsers, where the graphical lay out is returned back as an image.
                If you guys need any more information to help me, just let me know

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                "SyKeSnr1" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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                >
                quote:

                Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
                >
                quote:

                Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
                > As the title says, my site goes messed up with ie6 and less. In ie 7 and
                > firefox 2 everything is working great..
                >
                > To be more specific, both my sidebars get out of sync in IE 5.5 and IE6
                > (the
                > left one moved up over my header and the right one shifts to the right a
                > lot).
                > In my template I can freelly move them and they are set up so that they
                > fit
                > neetly between the header footer and body of all my pages (the body is
                > minimum
                > of 700 pixels high so that it should not overlap with my sidebars).
                >
                > maybe important to ad, my page has the following requirements:
                >
                > Javascript
                > Developed with CSS3
                > .asp pages with access database
                > What is probably going wrong? If needs be, ill post code and such.

                >
                >

                >
                > It seems that IE7 automatically detects that the sidebars need to be
                > between
                > the header and footer and between the edge of the body and the edge of the
                > total width of the page. Other explorers dont do this. Is there a way to
                > solve
                > this stupid thing relatively simple??
                >
                > Thanks.
                >




                • 5. Re: Site messed up in IE6 and lower
                  SyKeSnr1 Level 1
                  quote:

                  Originally posted by: Newsgroup User
                  > Developed with CSS3

                  CSS3? IE6 doesn't support it.

                  Did you post a link to the site?

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                  "SyKeSnr1" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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                  >
                  quote:

                  Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
                  >
                  quote:

                  Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
                  > As the title says, my site goes messed up with ie6 and less. In ie 7 and
                  > firefox 2 everything is working great..
                  >
                  > To be more specific, both my sidebars get out of sync in IE 5.5 and IE6
                  > (the
                  > left one moved up over my header and the right one shifts to the right a
                  > lot).
                  > In my template I can freelly move them and they are set up so that they
                  > fit
                  > neetly between the header footer and body of all my pages (the body is
                  > minimum
                  > of 700 pixels high so that it should not overlap with my sidebars).
                  >
                  > maybe important to ad, my page has the following requirements:
                  >
                  > Javascript
                  > Developed with CSS3
                  > .asp pages with access database
                  > What is probably going wrong? If needs be, ill post code and such.

                  >
                  >

                  >
                  > It seems that IE7 automatically detects that the sidebars need to be
                  > between
                  > the header and footer and between the edge of the body and the edge of the
                  > total width of the page. Other explorers dont do this. Is there a way to
                  > solve
                  > this stupid thing relatively simple??
                  >
                  > Thanks.
                  >




                  I have made a testpage for you so you can clearly see the difference in a IE6 and lower and a IE 7:

                  http://www.speeltjesoutlet.nl/test.asp

                  (if you dont have both IE 6 and 7 browsers, see http://ipinfo.info/netrenderer/index.php, an excellent site to view a site in different browsers, where the graphical lay out is returned back as an image.
                  If you guys need any more information to help me, just let me know
                  • 6. Re: Site messed up in IE6 and lower
                    Level 7
                    IE6 doesn't support CSS3.

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                    "SyKeSnr1" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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                    >
                    quote:

                    Originally posted by: Newsgroup User
                    > > Developed with CSS3
                    >
                    > CSS3? IE6 doesn't support it.
                    >
                    > Did you post a link to the site?
                    >
                    > I have made a testpage for you so you can clearly see the difference in a
                    > IE6
                    > and lower and a IE 7:
                    >
                    > http://www.speeltjesoutlet.nl/test.asp
                    >
                    > (if you dont have both IE 6 and 7 browsers, see
                    > http://ipinfo.info/netrenderer/index.php, an excellent site to view a site
                    > in
                    > different browsers, where the graphical lay out is returned back as an
                    > image.
                    > If you guys need any more information to help me, just let me know
                    >
                    > --
                    > Murray --- ICQ 71997575
                    > Adobe Community Expert
                    > (If you *MUST* email me, don't LAUGH when you do so!)
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                    > http://www.projectseven.com/go - DW FAQs, Tutorials & Resources
                    > http://www.dwfaq.com - DW FAQs, Tutorials & Resources
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                    >
                    >
                    > "SyKeSnr1" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
                    > news:f7r8lp$2ld$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                    > >
                    quote:

                    Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
                    > >
                    quote:

                    Originally posted by: SyKeSnr1
                    > > As the title says, my site goes messed up with ie6 and less. In ie 7 and
                    > > firefox 2 everything is working great..
                    > >
                    > > To be more specific, both my sidebars get out of sync in IE 5.5 and IE6
                    > > (the
                    > > left one moved up over my header and the right one shifts to the right a
                    > > lot).
                    > > In my template I can freelly move them and they are set up so that they
                    > > fit
                    > > neetly between the header footer and body of all my pages (the body is
                    > > minimum
                    > > of 700 pixels high so that it should not overlap with my sidebars).
                    > >
                    > > maybe important to ad, my page has the following requirements:
                    > >
                    > > Javascript
                    > > Developed with CSS3
                    > > .asp pages with access database
                    > > What is probably going wrong? If needs be, ill post code and such.

                    > >
                    > >

                    > >
                    > > It seems that IE7 automatically detects that the sidebars need to be
                    > > between
                    > > the header and footer and between the edge of the body and the edge of
                    > > the
                    > > total width of the page. Other explorers dont do this. Is there a way to
                    > > solve
                    > > this stupid thing relatively simple??
                    > >
                    > > Thanks.
                    > >
                    >
                    >

                    >
                    >
                    >