Re: [IUG] Problems with webPac Pro files
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I did a presentation called 'Taming the tabs' about tab display problems
to EIUG last year
There are a couple of different strategies for tidying up the css so
that it works with multiple browsers, along with a gallery of
screenshots in Firefox (linux, Mac, Win) IE 6 & 7 Win, Safari Mac, Lynx
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From: Lisa BILLINGHAM [mailto:l dot billingham at ecu dot edu dot au]
Sent: 17 December 2007 05:42
To: IUG INNOPAC List
Subject: [IUG] Problems with webPac Pro files
We have recently moved to webPac Pro. I have loaded the webPac Pro files
on our QA server, http://libraryqa.ecu.edu.au/
<http://libraryqa.ecu.edu.au/> . and see the following problems:-
I have noticed that the tabs behave inconsistently in Internet Explorer
on a PC. In most cases they are OK, floating a very small distance above
the rest of the page, e.g., http://libraryqa.ecu.edu.au/
<http://libraryqa.ecu.edu.au/> . However, in the help pages, e.g.,
<http://libraryqa.ecu.edu.au/screens/help_index.html> , in Internet
Explorer, they seems to slide partly behind the rest of the page . I am
using Internet Explorer version 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2_gdr.070227-2254
Also, when using an Apple Mac Safari version 2.0.4 (419.3) the tabs
appear OK but the display is scrunched up to the left. This also happens
in Safari 1.3 (v3.1.2.)
On Mac Internet Explorer the tabs on all pages are stacked on top of
each other even when the screen size is big enough to allow expansion.
This is in version 5.2.1 (5815.1).
The display seems fine in Firefox on a PC (version 18.104.22.168) and also on
Firefox on a Mac (version 1.0.7). It is also fine in Opera Version 9.24
on a PC.
Has anyone else seen this, and if so, can you suggest any solution?
I have reported this to Innovative.
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