Some of you are going to kick me for forgetting but...
I am redesigning a site as it just wasn't flexible enough for all the new stuff the client wanted.
I'm having problems with the fact that IE is making the footer look huge until the page is refreshed, however, when I go to click on a link - the massive footer thing happens agains.
I seem to recall something to do with display inline or display block sorting it out - can someone give me a kick in the head so I remember please!
The only links that work at present are "about", "beauty salon" and "home".
It's a work in progress but I'm happy with the basic design - if anyone has any comments before it's 'finished' and uploaded for criticism, please let me know.
I haven't SEO'd it or done anything as far as accessibility is concerned so far - so please don't mention the lack of (insert comment here)
can you try the hasLayout
can you try the hasLayout test add zoom:1; into various rulesets in question and see if they start to behave.
Perfect ...fixed! Added to
Added to footer and all is behaving as should be.
Thanks Hugo - it was in there, but it's too late at night and I was stumped. thought I'd ask rather than trashing my site design trying to find the problem!
Right I better go and help someone else.