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rather annoying issue that I encountered and spent too much time researching - the relevant IE fix is in all caps
1 25 posted 7 years ago by felicemente
IE not interpreting text-indent on submit buttons ? How it works Let’s see how it works. font-size:0 is used to reduce the font size and works well in IE7. But even after adding this line, you would notice a black line(which is basically the t...
0 27 posted 8 years ago by kiroweb
0 20 posted 8 years ago by raz
0 17 posted 8 years ago by a1ias
HTML should look like this: <div> <p>Lorem ipsum here</p> </div> <div> <img> </div>
0 14 posted 8 years ago by a1ias
0 12 posted 8 years ago by a1ias
Well, many of you are used to just replace the lack of min / max width / height for IE with fixed dimensions, right? But you don’t need to do it anymore. IE is not a strict standards browser and sometimes we can take advantage of this to code thing...
0 19 posted 8 years ago by a1ias
Enables you to easily select older version of CSS by class rather than having a seperate CSS file for each version of IE.
0 15 posted 8 years ago by plesh
0 9 posted 8 years ago by a1ias
0 9 posted 8 years ago by track02
2 18 posted 9 years ago by DADU
0 14 posted 9 years ago by fatihturan
IE7 by default uses an image resizing algorithm that means that scaled down images can look far from awesome. To solve this, we simply enable a much better resizing algorithm that is available in IE7 that produces results similar to what you’d expe...
0 13 posted 9 years ago by paul66
Textareas in IE have vertical scrollbar visible by default. If you want those removed (I know I do) use this line.
0 13 posted 9 years ago by blueocto
0 12 posted 9 years ago by jschlick
0 16 posted 9 years ago by jschlick
2 13 posted 9 years ago by polly42
You’ve now told the HTML web page that is linked to this CSS document to display the nav_bar list as inline-block – or in a single, horizontal row. The first problem: IE6 and IE7 don’t recognize it, so you need to add something that only they...
1 16 posted 9 years ago by fatihturan
Needs to be set on every element.\r\nimg.png needs to point to background
0 13 posted 9 years ago by reynish
This will fix all embeded PNGs. this.src = "img/spacer.gif" Needs to point to a 1x1 transparent GIF or you'll get an Image not found icon in the corner of the PNGs.
0 15 posted 9 years ago by reynish
[via rtcrm]
0 11 posted 9 years ago by mennyj
If you don’t use this order, IE8-as-IE7 doesn’t apply the opacity, although IE8 and a pure IE7 do.
5 21 posted 9 years ago by vagrantradio
Any table with an attribute of align="left" also applies float:left in older versions of IE, this fixes it.
0 19 posted 9 years ago by vagrantradio
0 17 posted 9 years ago by 0range
0 16 posted 9 years ago by silverius
Apply an inline-block to all browsers, including IE6 and IE7.
0 14 posted 9 years ago by Meander365
1 16 posted 10 years ago by mdrisser
The issue appears in various places, but likely has something to do with "having layout" and is typically seen as extra whitespace between <li> elements.
0 32 posted 10 years ago by Jamie
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