Ronbb

Hi Team

When you open www.camsstewards.com.au with IE7 the login button etc gets covered up with other parts of the page. and you get a "Run Time Error".

This dos not happen with IE6 etc or firefox

Can any one help with this please.

Regrads

Ron B




Re: Internet Explorer Extension Development IE7 Displays Different to older versions.

John Sudds - MSFT

Hmmm... It IS happening with Firefox 2.0.0.3. I can't confirm with IE6 at the moment.

The script error happens in Firefox, too. The "window_onload" function is not defined.

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript" for="window" event="onload">
return window_onload()
</script>
PS: The script error happens on IE6 as well. Pay careful attention to the status bar. A yellow triangle and "Error on page" indicates something bad has happened. (If you'd rather see a popup, select "Display a notification about every script error" in Advanced options.)





Re: Internet Explorer Extension Development IE7 Displays Different to older versions.

John Sudds - MSFT

The HTML layout issue is an overflow problem. On IE6, the overflow causes the box model to increase the height of the container DIV. This is no longer the case in IE7 and has never been the case in Firefox.

<div id="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_Panel11" style="height: 130px; width: 846px;">

The specified height of 130px is too small. The DIV contains a table with two rows. The first row with the images is 146px, and the second with buttons is set to 26px (but contains items at least 37px), for a total of 183.

Whoever is in charge of this page would be better off by simply removing the height attribute from anything that doesn't explicitly need it, and let the page reflow on its own.