I've attached a screen cap of www.hollenback.net with
IE 6.0 on Win2K. 1.3.11rc3. There are numberous page
layout issues, including:
Ignore the ugliness of the logo in the topbar, that's
because it's a transparent png and IE doesn't support
that without a hack I still nedd to add.
Fonts are kind of ugly. In particular the larger
headings are very blocky. I suspect this is due to the
font selection, maybe a different one under IE would be
navbar extends too far too the right. In fact it
always goes off the screen.
preferences/admin/search on right of navbar are
stacked vertically. Should be horizontal. I was told
on mailing list this is due to a 150px width limitation
on that table. That limitation was to keep the navbar
from being too wide. Unfortunately as you can see in
my setup it diesn't fix that and it makes those items
There's no icon for 'Page Dump' in bottom toolbar.
This only occurs in IE. Under firefox or safari, there
is an icon for that. I realize there aren't icons for
PReferences, Chown, or SetAcl either, but that's not an
IE problem, the icons just haven't been created.
The bottom toolbar has several problems:
a. As you can see it is not on the bottom of the page.
b. What you can't see is it isn't a floating toolbar.
It is a floating toolbar on all browsers except IE.
That isn't a show stopper, but it does make the page
look a lot different under IE vs. other browsers. If
it itsn't going to be a floating toolbar, it should at
least be stuck properly to the bottom of the page.
Not a giant problem, but something that looks bad.
While I am not an IE user, we have to accept the fact
that it's still the dominant browser out there. Thus
phpwiki pages need to render the same under it as under
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