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Overlapping panes

posts: 57

In 1.8 rc3 on IE6, the middle section slightly overlaps the right section (where I have the login module among others). Has anyone else seen this?

This does not happen with Mozilla.

I don't see it on tw.o — perhaps it's module specific as my module list on the right pane is different than tw.o's.

posts: 2881 United Kingdom

Hi Terris,

Another problem with RC3 that was fixed recently in the CVS code :-)

Damian


posts: 4

This was happening with my 1.7.4 implementation, but only in the personal 'user' section. — Very confusing as to what was going on there, but I assume it was CSS related.

Glad to hear that someone else is seeing this and that perhaps it is fixed in 1.8 rc3.

posts: 2881 United Kingdom

> dscassa:
> This was happening with my 1.7.4 implementation, but only in the personal 'user' section. — Very confusing as to what was going on there, but I assume it was CSS related.
>
> Glad to hear that someone else is seeing this and that perhaps it is fixed in 1.8 rc3.
>

Hi,

Yes, there are some niggles in some of the themes in the CSS department. If you do manage to tinker and fix any problems in the themes, please update me with details via email and we can commit them back into the CVS.

Email address for such patchs, lines of problem solved code etc, is damian(AT)tikiwiki(DOT)org


posts: 2881 United Kingdom

> dscassa:
> This was happening with my 1.7.4 implementation, but only in the personal 'user' section. — Very confusing as to what was going on there, but I assume it was CSS related.
>
> Glad to hear that someone else is seeing this and that perhaps it is fixed in 1.8 rc3.
>

Hi,

Yes, there are some niggles in some of the themes in the CSS department. If you do manage to tinker and fix any problems in the themes, please update me with details via email and we can commit them back into the CVS.

Email address for such patchs, lines of problem solved code etc, is damian(AT)tikiwiki(DOT)org


posts: 23 Germany

I have the same problem with the style nornia.css, i realized, that the only thing missing in the css was a width value for the DIV#tiki-center definition. If you add here 100% it works fine in IE but breaks in mozilla. so you either remove the padding value and have the widht:100% or you must define the width minus two times of the padding value to get a working result in both browsers.
Or even better define tiki-center with a width of 100% with a margin of 0px and add the padding you need to TD#centercolumn. Then you have the a result working fine in IE and mozilla with the same definitions for sizes like in the original style-sheet.


posts: 23 Germany

I got the/a solution. At least for the nornia.css Stylesheet. I guess it will work on other styles too. Starting from nornia.css displayed fine in mozilla but right pane overlapping mid in ie.
Add a width of 100% to

DIV#tiki-center {
padding: 0px;
width:100%;
}

set the padding to 0px.

Move the old value of that padding to the definition for TD#centercolumn, I added there padding:15px; to get the old results.
Now everything works fine in both browsers. I hope that can help in other broken stylesheets too!

Greetings
Andreas


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