CSS Filter: I was so proud of myself. I can write HTML but could never wrap my head around CSS. Today, for the first time, I got a page up and running using CSS, and its fine in IE, but Firefox/Mozilla.... [more inside]
posted by anastasiav
on Jul 1, 2006 -
Firefox question. Unmodified, just-installed firefox opens a new tab behind the current tab, instead of on top as Mozilla does; and the right-click popup menu for tabs does not have "close this tab" first in the list, as in Mozilla. Are these two behaviors customizable? I know I'm being lazy but these two misfeatures are deal-killers for me. If you knowledgeable firefox users tell me they're fixable in userChrome.css or users.js or whatever I promise I'll rtfm-rtfm-rtfm and become as rabid a firefox zealot as you might desire. But if they're not changeable then it's all wasted effort and I'll stay with Mozilla (or whatever they're calling it this week.) Thanks!
posted by jfuller
on Sep 25, 2004 -
Quickie Gecko-CSS question - not finding useful help on Google. How to align the text (value) of a form button?
This looks great in IE (aligned right), but always reverts to center in Moz/Firefox. Anyone find any clever workarounds (I really don't wanna resort to images) [more inside]
posted by kokogiak
on Sep 1, 2004 -
CSS issues with IE. I'm working on a draft for my new photoblog and IE seems to be rendering part of it about 2 pixels off, but I cannot figure out quite why. Here's the page in question. It shows up fine in Mozilla, but in IE the logo and unordered list menu on the right are pushed to the right about 2 pixels, running over the border. I thought I just needed to use the "box model hack," but when I tried that it didn't work. Any tips? [more inside]
posted by dnash
on Aug 2, 2004 -
CSS - Does anyone know how to get me around an IE style sheet problem? Mozilla shows the right text box correctly while IE goes off and does it's own thing. Any suggestions?
posted by twine42
on Mar 26, 2004 -