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Bundled and Legacy Themes


Re: Re: Re: hec column width in IE

posts: 254 Japan

I'm looking at the source of the completed page (a blog page at your site), and of another Tiki site's blog page using the hec theme (and the 1.9.7CVS version of the files, if that makes any difference). There is some difference in construction that might account for IE working OK with the columns at the hec site but not at yours.

At the other site, things look like this:

  • div id="tiki-mid"
    • div
      • span style="float: left" a class="flip" img class="colflip" /span
      • span style="float: right" a class="flip" img class="colflip" /span
      • br
    • /div
    • table id="tiki-midtbl" tr
      • td id="leftcolumn"....


At your site:

  • div id="tiki-mid"
    • table id="tiki-midtbl" tr
      • td id="tiki-columns"
        • span style="float: left" a class="flip" img class="colflip" /span
        • span style="float: right" a class="flip" img class="colflip" /span
        • br
      • /td /tr
      • tr td id="leftcolumn" ....


In other words, the column-flipping links are outside the table in their own div at the site where IE is OK, while they are inside the table at your site where IE is having a problem. So I would try modifying your tiki.tpl file to make it like the other. Looking at the default tiki.tpl file (again 1.9.7CVS version), I see that having the column-flipping links above (outside) the tiki-midtbl table is the standard arrangement. This difference seems significant, especially assuming the css code is the same.

-- Gary

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