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    [problem solved!!!]ie explorer ignoring "right" property when "left" is present.

    Hi, i cant seem to figure out why this wont work. i have an iframe on a page and i wanted the dimensions of the frame to be dynamic to the browser window size so i used:

    #iframe {
    position:absolute;
    border:none;
    right:0px;
    top:127px;
    left:80px;
    height:440px;
    }
    the only problem is IE ignores the "right" property when the "left" property is present. It works fine in Mozilla. The thing is i cant just remove "left:80px" and add a width because i need the frame to always be 80px from the left edge and vice versa for the same reason. what can i do to fix this? thanks
    Last edited by oishiimsg; 05-18-2008 at 07:03 PM.

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    IE6 and below do not support more than two absolute positions co-ordinates. See A List Apart for a fix.

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    Wow, that article was great. thanks a lot for the link, it was exactly what i was looking for. I can finally rest in peace now with this solved. Thanks again for the help!


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