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  1. Is there a way to jump to an anchor tag on a popup webpage using window.open?
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    IE8 footer

    I have tried SEVERAL footers with IE8 and they all have one problem in that they hang unless the browser is dragged horizontally (just vertical won't work) and then it will follow; is there a way to solve this? sample: <style type="text/css">* {margin:0;padding:0;}html, body {height:100%;}#container {overflow:hidden; /* wrap floats just in case */min-height:100%;}* html #container {/* IE6 has no min-height, but will will treat height as such if overflow is set to visible. Thankfully the height declaration trips haslayout, which wraps floats.*/height:100%;overflow:visible;}#content {/* extra bottom padding makes room for footer */padding:0.5em 0.5em 4.1em;}#footer {position:relative; /* make sure it depth sorts over #content */margin-top:-3.6em;font:normal 100%/120% arial,helvetica,sans-serif;}</style></head><body><div id="container"><div id="content"> Just some test content IE6 has no min-height, but will will treat height as such if overflow is set to visible. Thankfully the height declaration trips haslayout, which wraps floats.</div><!-- #container --></div><div id="footer">Test Line 1<br />Test Line 2<br />Test Line 3<!-- #footer --></div>
  3. Doesn't cover the problem. The issue is that the IE6 portion fails...
  4. This only works if added to the .html, how can I get this to work in an external .css? <style type="text/css">/* Remove margins from the 'html' and 'body' tags, and ensure the page takes up full screen height */html, body{ height:100%; margin:0; padding:0; color:white;}/* Set the position and dimensions of the background image. */#page-background{ position:fixed; top:0; left:0; width:100%; height:100%;}/* Specify the position and layering for the content that needs to appear in front of the background image. Must have a higher z-index value than the background image. Also add some padding to compensate for removing the margin from the 'html' and 'body' tags. */#content{ position:relative; z-index:1; padding:10px;}#footer{ font-size:small; text-align:center;}</style><!-- The above code doesn't work in Internet Explorer 6. To address this, we use a conditional comment to specify an alternative style sheet for IE 6 --><!--[if IE 6]><style type="text/css">html{ overflow-y:hidden;}body{ overflow-y:auto;}#page-background{ position:absolute; z-index:-1;}#content{ position:static; padding:10px;}</style><![endif]-->
  5. Everything is working as of a couple of minutes ago, but here is a link anyway and if you have any suggestions I am listening... http://www.voidtoeternity.com/
  6. I do - when they work. I had a problem this morning and neither FF or IE responded; after an hour, I finally found the problem. Debugging is the short coming of all .css, html and javascript. another issue is that I happen to pick a Linux server to use and, of course, it is case sensitive and that took some time to fix that. This whole thing has been a huge learning experience after laying off for many years and all the changes that have developed. Many of the things that I knew in the past are history and it gets me in trouble.
  7. ping, someone must know something...
  8. quirk - after uploading to the net: if I leave the .css code embedded, everything is fine; if I put it in a separate file, it doesn't work. I know the .css is being found because the background image is getting resized. WHY?????
  9. this is what I ended up with and it works perfect with one minor change to your tip dsonesuk. <style type="text/css">#bgDiv, #bgImg{ position:absolute; top:0px; left:0px; width:100%; height:100%; z-index:-1; overflow:hidden;}#content{ position:relative; margin-top:4%; margin-left:23%; height:82%; width:51%; background-color: #fff; opacity:.5; filter: alpha(opacity=0);}#link{ position: absolute; top:0px; left:0px; right: 0px; bottom:0px;}</style></head><body><div id='bgDiv'><img src='images/DefaultBG.jpg' id='bgImg'/> <span id='tooltip0' class='tooltip'></span> <div id="content" onMouseOver='showText(event, 0);' onMouseOut='HideTip(0);'> <a href="pages/main.html" id='link'></a> </div></div></body></html>
  10. I get the link all the way across the page. IE gives me a small image in upper left corner.
  11. header <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"><html><head><title>Decision Time</title><meta http-equiv='Content-Type' content='text/html; charset=iso-8859-1'>
  12. I think this is what you said; if so FF is working the same as before and IE has no link. <style type="text/css">#bgImg{ position:absolute; top:0px; left:0px; width:100%; height:100%; z-index:-1; overflow:hidden;}#content{ position:relative; margin-top:4%; margin-left:23%; height:82%; width:51%; background-color: #fff; opacity:.5; filter: alpha(opacity=0);}#link{ position: absolute; top:0px; left:0px; right: 0px; bottom:0px;}</style></head> <body> <div id='bgImg'><img src='images/DefaultBG.jpg' style='width:100%; height:100%'/> <div id="content"> <a href="pages/main.html" id='link'></a> </div> </div></body>
  13. niche, I tried about a dozen options and they make changes to IE, but FF refuses to cooperate. Given that the height/width are inherited, why doesn't the link span the entire height as it does for the width?
  14. EDIT: This is true for FF only: I have a background image that sizes to the browser window. In the center of the image is a clickable div that has a horizontal and vertical margins. The problem is that the entire height of the div is clickable horizontally and I want only the center. See attached image. #bgImg{position:absolute;top:0px;left:0px;width:100%;height:100%;z-index:-1;overflow:hidden;}#content{margin-top:4%;margin-left:23%;margin-right:26%;height:82%;background-color: #fff;opacity:.5;filter: alpha(opacity=0);overflow:hidden;} <body> <div id='bgImg'> <img id='bgImg' src='images/DefaultBG.jpg'/> <a href="pages/main.html"> <div id="content"> </div> </a></div></body></html>
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