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IE inline display issue

Postby theblendd » Wed Mar 04, 2009 6:06 am

My site: http://www.theblendd.com

I can't figure out how to modify the DIV arrangement in the php file to get the stars & # of votes text to all display inline in Internet Explorer. Would you happen to know how to fix this? It displays inline in other browsers, but in IE they display like a column (each on top of the other).

I'm not sure if I explained that properly, so just view this review in IE and Firefox to see the difference: http://www.theblendd.com/denver-restaur ... ouses.html

The way it displays in Firefox is ideally how it should display in IE. You will probably notice I've already modified the star graphics & CSS, but I don't understand PHP well enough to fix the IE display issue
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Re: IE inline display issue

Postby chus » Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:17 pm

Hi,

You can try replacing the
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<div class=\"extravote-container"...
</div>
element for a "<span></span>" in the php file.

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Re: IE inline display issue

Postby theblendd » Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:56 pm

didn't work :( I believe the
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<span id=\"extravote_".$id....</span>
that follows right after that div needs to be contained with that div in a div that has the inline display property, though I'm not sure how to re-arrange those elements in the PHP file because I don't understand the
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&html
tags they seem to be contained inside
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Re: IE inline display issue

Postby chus » Thu Mar 05, 2009 9:18 pm

It should work.

Make sure the css statement is not
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div.extravote-container...

but
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.extravote-container...
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Re: IE inline display issue

Postby theblendd » Thu Mar 05, 2009 10:10 pm

It worked! Thanks so much! I changed that div to a span, and stripped "div" out of all the css entries
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Re: IE inline display issue

Postby theblendd » Thu Mar 05, 2009 10:51 pm

now it's displaying the way it was before again. I'm confused!
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