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  1. Hi! I'm new to W3C School forum, even if I read meny things about CSS in the main website. I'm trying to customize checkbox and radio inputs... I read many tutorials concerning input customization and I successfully customized buttons, password, text, etc and select, textbox, etc... My problem is the compatibility with browsers. I'm trying to develop a web-app (asp.net) in which I customized everything. Checkbox and Radio buttons are my "bĂȘte noire": I can't make them run on FireFox and iExplorer. I choose the "sprite" method, avoiding the use of labels, because my web-app can't use labe
  2. I'm trying to work with SVGs but I'm pretty sure there's going to be some people using the old browsers that don't do this, so I'm looking into installing some kind of a fallback. Is there some way I can do this? Maybe make a DIV with the PNG for the background and containing the SVG?
  3. Need expert help, Javascript is same as example, but has error in IE, works perfect in chrome/firefox. Jquery spectrum() colorpicker The example works perfect in Internet explorer, here: http://jsfiddle.net/bgrins/ctkY3/ Then on my test site, using the exact same css+js files it will not work on my site in IE: http://xekon.byethost7.com/ I have even simplified the example a bit. I cannot tell what the problem is, but I would certainly appreciate any help. I inspected the source at jsfiddle but did not see anything being done differently. edit: Also I am using windows 7, latest updates, Interne
  4. I'm having issues with a list displaying properly, or at least how I'd like it to, in IE. It shows up like so in Firefox and Safari: With IE, the circles around the list items are squares. Does anyone have a fix for this? Here is the CSS for the list: .circlemenu{width: 100%;overflow:hidden;margin: 1.2em 0em} .circlemenu ul{margin: 0;padding: 0;font: bold 14px Geneva, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;list-style-type: none;text-align: left; /* "left", "center", or "right" align menu */margin: 0em 0em 0em 10em} .circlemenu li{display: inline;} .circlemenu li a{display:inline-block;text-align:ce
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