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Re: GNUstep cookbook: frontend to df. <VirusChecked>


From: Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf
Subject: Re: GNUstep cookbook: frontend to df. <VirusChecked>
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2003 17:20:35 +0200

On 02.07.2003 16:12:32 Nicolas Roard wrote:
>On 2003-07-02 11:47:51 +0000 Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf 
><address@hidden>
>> Well, I donwloaded the HTML and the CSS to fiddle around with it a 
little ;-).
>>
>> The CSS is not the problem. The nesting of <div>s is:
>
>(snip)
>
>> This way the CSS definitions for the <div class="article"> interfere 
with the 
>CSS definitions for <div class="notes"> and <div class="note">. Some 
Browsers 
>might get this right but not all.
>>
>> I changed it to:
>>
>>          <div class="article">
>>
>>          Introduction
>>
>>          </div>
>>          <div class="notes">
>>          <div class="note">
>>
>>          Table of Contents
>>
>>          </div>
>>          </div>
>>          <div class="article">
>>
>>          Article
>>
>>          </div>
>>
>
>Ok this one won't work well -- you should have only one div of class 
article. 
>It's quite
>strange that it works with IE !!!  (and it doesn't works with mozilla)
>Anyway, I modified the article to have :
><div class="notes"><div class="note">TOC</div></div>
><div class="article">Article</div>
>
>It works with mozilla with that structure; I think it should works too 
with IE.
>
>> I have attached some screenshots to show the effect (IE 5.0 Win only, 
OmniWeb 
>has expired, I can't start it anymore until I buy a license. It looked 
even 
>worse in OmniWeb).
>
>Ok. Tell me if the new structure correct the problem !

Well, after the changes the pages looked like version2.jpg .

Adding a "float: left;" to the notes class in css makes it look like 
version3.jpg.

.notes {
        float: left;
        width: 230px;
        height: 90%;
        position: absolute;
        position: fixed;
        overflow: auto;
        left: 20px;
        top: 30px;
}

Btw. a coworker told me that there is no way to make "position: fixed;" work in 
IE (any version). But I think that is not so much a problem. At 
least the page no longer looks somewhat distorted.

>
>thanks,

Greetings, Lars

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