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    Regular Coder Kevin_M_Schafer's Avatar
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    Favorite weather bug has IE issue -- can it be corrected?

    My favorite weather bug has an issue only with IE. I have tested it in Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera, and it displays perfectly fine in those.

    The problem: there's a small "Go" word that should appear in line with "enter your city/zip." In IE it flips down to a separate line and looks terrible.

    Note: this script displays incorrectly when viewed in IE on the provider's site as well.

    Does anyone have any ideas? Should I try a different bug?

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    <script type="text/javascript"
    src="http://weatherreports.com/jscript.html?width=234&amp;height=60&amp;theme=white&amp;location=Fairfax%2C%20Minnesota%2055332&amp;units=f">
                              </script>
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    Despite the similar sounding names, Java is not the same as Javascript.
    Moving from Java forum to Javascript forum.

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    Regular Coder Kevin_M_Schafer's Avatar
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    Thank you for moving this, Fou-Lu. Sorry about posting on the wrong board.

    --Kevin

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    although it sounds like am IE css quirk, can we have a link to the page in action?

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    Regular Coder Kevin_M_Schafer's Avatar
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    Hello xelawho,

    Thanks, yes, here it is.

    I created this page last spring. I've learned a lot this past year, and I'm in the planning stages to rebuild it using html 4 or 5.

    I tried to cover the "Go" word with a white box so in IE it wasn't as obvious. You can still see a sliver of it.

    Thank you for any help you may provide.

    --Kevin

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    Last edited by Kevin_M_Schafer; 01-06-2012 at 05:54 PM. Reason: text
    My keyboard is an IBM from 1993 and I like it that way. | Who is Dan Well? Everyone always says I know Dan Well.Building a web page is like building a birdhouse. Put it up there and watch 'em come. | Maintaining the aspect ratio of an image is more important than having a cold orange pop.


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