Hi, I have a couple of small forms in my header but can't get them to position exactly where I want them. Have a look at http://ictechnology.net/holibobs and you will see they are flush with the top of the space where I want them 1 or 2 pixels below in the middle of the white area.
Also, has anyone come across a method to change the height of the select box in IE? It doesn't seem to work in IE6 or 7 and I would like it to be that little bit bigger. Looks great in FF apart from the positioning.
Float the forms rather than
Float the forms rather than making them display: inline and you'll be able to give them margins to move them down.
To answer your second question: no, there's not very much you can when it comes to styling selects x-browser and particularly in IE.
Thanks for that, seems to be
Thanks for that, seems to be sorted pretty much now as I've been playing around with it. But, IE6 is doing some odd things
Sorted all my problems out
Sorted all my problems out now.
Weird thing was that IE6 wouldn't accept background-image: url(imageurl) repeat-x;
Anyone else seen this happen before?
Had to change to background: url(imageurl) repeat-x;
That's because this -
That's because this - background-image: url(imageurl) repeat-x - is combining bg-image and bg-repeat. If you're going to specify more than one bg property, you have to use background, otherwise they have to be specified individually.
Thanks, Didn't know that,
Didn't know that, makes sense now I think about it I suppose.
You learn something every day.