This is probably a really dumb question, so I apologize in advance.
I am an HTML/css noob. I have my site working great in IE 8 and FF, but it seems to have some issues in IE 7 on a friend's older computer. I would like to install IE 7 (and maybe even IE 6???) on my computer alongside IE 8, just to test it on all of the different releases and work on fixes.
Is there anywhere I can download these older versions of IE to run on my Vista computer?
Thanks very much.
From what I have read , I'm guessing this is a z-index issue. The theme that I am using has explicitly set the z-index for the dropdowns .nav li ul to 10000.
Here's my CSS:
Hi, I've tried this out on Chrome and Firefox on both Ubuntu and Windows XP systems, plus IE on Windows.
This is how I want it to show.
This is how the site looks on every browser I tested, except on Firefox on Ubuntu.
Why is this site giving me grief? What is causing the space? I don't get it.
I am working on a Drupal site and I have a few ie6 annoyances I haven't been able to solve. At http://cass.lib.mi.us, the My Account button on the right should be up near the top of the header. The image has a negative top margin:
When I insert, position: relative; the element disappears in ie 6.
Everything looks sine in FF, IE7, IE8 etc.