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    A couple of problems in IE7 (possibly IE6 too?)

    Hi guys, I'm trying to quickly throw together a bit of a portfolio for a friend and I but have encountered a couple of problems, the site address is - http://www.zestdesign.net/test/

    1) When you roll over the 'recent work' pictures, there's some javascript which changes the image position of the other items in the list, however for some reason in Internet Explorer the onMouseOut function doesn't seem to be working at all and all of the images are staying greyed out.

    2) I'm sure I'm making an incredibly basic mistake, but why can't I sort the main text (ignore what it says plz, it's no where near finished yet ;p) to go into two columns? I've set the width of each column and floated it correctly afaik.

    3) Again, going back to the 'recent work' pictures, in Firefox they're perefectly rounded, but in IE7 the top edges aren't rounded at all. fwiw I used the excellent http://www.html.it/articoli/niftycube/index.html btw.

    Any help would be great, thank you!

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    I could tell you to just use css, and use
    Code:
    a:hover
    {
        opacity: 0.5;
        filter: alpha(opacity=50);
        -moz-opacity: 0.5;
    }
    but IE doesn't understand any of those I believe.

    I did have the same problem in a contest site I made one time, but I forget what I did to fix it.
    here's the site: http://blahertech.dnsalias.net/public/bpa/
    The navbar on the left is kind of like what you have.

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    That's a good idea thank you, but I generally only wanted it to grey out the non selected ones, not the ones I'm hovering if that makes sense!

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    Quick update; I've sorted problem #2 now with the columns, I had the positioning wrong in the HTML which would explain why me messing around with the CSS for ages wasn't doing anything

    Still no luck regarding the other problems though, wierd because in Firefox it works just fine.

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    I feel bad for bumping this but I'm really at a bit of a loss with it now Any help would be great, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xKratosx View Post
    I feel bad for bumping this but I'm really at a bit of a loss with it now Any help would be great, thank you.
    Reason you probably hadn't had to many answers is because you posted your question in the wrong forum to begin with. We have an HTML/CSS forum for this type of question. PM OracleGuy and have him move this thread to the correct forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Aerospace_Eng_ View Post
    Reason you probably hadn't had to many answers is because you posted your question in the wrong forum to begin with. We have an HTML/CSS forum for this type of question. PM OracleGuy and have him move this thread to the correct forum.

    His question is more related to javascript, I was the one who suggested using only css to do what his site needed. It's also more related to the different browser support.
    Last edited by Blaher; 06-14-2007 at 10:10 PM.

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    Yeah apologies for that, at first I had a bit more of a varied few problems, but now it's just two Javascript problems so I'll post there, thanks guys :-)


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