In IE8 the SUN & MON columns are replacing columns FRI & SAT and are pushing TUES-SAT down a level so they are below... This seems to only be happening in IE8, works fine in IE6, IE7, Safari and Firefox...
I purchased this script and the script worked fine in IE8 on the demo (see here: http://www.codecanyon.net/item/smooth-php-calendar-reloaded/full_screen_preview/105891 )
I've clearly edited something wrong in the CSS when I was making it work with the visual look of my site... But I'm not sure what I'm looking at, and the original developer has given me the sterling advice of "check your css", which given I did not edit any parameters only font size, type and colours I am now baffled...
If you can help at all please let me know...
I've attached the CSS file
|css for tuirennhurstfieldcalendar.txt||5.12 KB|
Telstar wrote: What've I done
What've I done wrong...?
A calendar is tabular content and should be marked up as a table, using the table tags.
Yes I understand that but due
Well, if that happened to me,
Well, if that happened to me, I'd just restore the original file. You keep backups, right?
Personally, I wouldn't have bought a calendar add on the didn't use tabular markup for the table. Maybe you can get your money back?
Also, I believe you ain't
Also, I believe you ain't allowed to have more than one STYLE element in an html page, as you seem to have. In any event the validator throws up errors for them, and if it's invalid html then there goes your cross browser compatability. CSS standards are not defined for invalid html tags. If you want to have several stylesheets you should be using the @import method in your main stylesheet.
Better still use the LINK tag to bring in your styleheets.
Got it working now! You were right about it being a clash of styles... Simple fix really using iframe for the time being.... Will look properly at the integrated codes soon
Telstar wrote: Simple fix
Simple fix really using iframe for the time being
.... Will look properly at the integrated codes soon
The longer you wait the harder it will be.