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ie there will be problems(brownish theme)


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minmax

7 January 2009 at 2:31pm (Last edited: 7 January 2009 2:33pm), Community Member, 12 Posts

I use the brownish theme, ie there will be problems( IE6)

my site:http://www.rubber-plastic.cn

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Nivanka

8 January 2009 at 6:33am Community Member, 395 Posts

Hi,

I am the developer who did the brownish theme.

I saw what you meant, I did not test it in IE6 as most of the people dont use IE6, and IE 8 is also coming soon,

There is a known bug in IE6 that the png files are not displaying correctly. The transparencies are not working at all.

anyway for me I dont really think that it will be useful to check the sites in IE6, but anyway I checked your site with IE 7, Firefox, Opera, and Google Chrome, there it works fine.

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Nivanka

8 January 2009 at 7:25am Community Member, 395 Posts

I did some little fixes to the theme, and I submitted it the the themes directory.

It will take sometime to get it reviewed, if it is urgent here is a copy of the theme I uploaded to the themes directory.

try with it.

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minmax

8 January 2009 at 6:14pm Community Member, 12 Posts

thank you!Well now
I have altered the picture for the jpg format

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Nivanka

8 January 2009 at 11:10pm (Last edited: 8 January 2009 11:15pm), Community Member, 395 Posts

Welcome!

Good if it works well for your purpose.

I suggest you to use transparent GIFs if you really need to implement them

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minmax

14 January 2009 at 4:30pm Community Member, 12 Posts

thank you!
i copy some codes form blackcandy theme

#Header ul li a {
float: none;
            text-decoration: none;
            width:102px;
          height:27px;
            font-size: 1.2em;
            color: #fff;
            
         }
            #Header ul li a span {
               text-align: center;
           float: none;
               height: 2.3em;
            }
               #Header ul li a:hover {
                   background:url(../images/nav-bg.gif);
                  cursor: pointer;
               }
               #Header ul li a:hover span {
                  background: url(../images/nav-bg.gif);
                  cursor: pointer;
               }
               
         #Header ul li a.current,
          #Header ul li a.section,
          #Header ul li a.section:hover,
          #Header ul li a.current:hover {
                background: url(../images/nav-bg.gif);
               }
            #Header ul li a.current span,
            #Header ul li a.section span,
          #Header ul li a.section:hover span,
            #Header ul li a.current:hover span {
               background: url(../images/nav-bg.gif);
color:#fff000
            }

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Carbon Crayon

14 January 2009 at 10:42pm (Last edited: 14 January 2009 10:44pm), Community Member, 598 Posts

I did not test it in IE6 as most of the people don't use IE6

I think you may be surprised, some recent stats from BBC.co.uk still have it at 40% of browsers being IE6 and even the W3C schools (which is used by enthusiasts) has it as 20%.

Hopefully it will die a death soon....but for now it seems like it's still too popular to ignore.

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Taffy

14 January 2009 at 11:57pm Community Member, 119 Posts

Unfortunately I think IE6 will continue to haunt web developers for a while yet. I know of many organisations (councils, colleges, universities etc) that have not moved onto IE 7 or 8 due to legacy reasons.

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