>> There's something wrong with it -- the tree is practicallyinvisible. <<
You probably mean in MSIE. The tree renders fine in firefox. The
problem is simply that old Div height problem. Try setting the
height:auto on #menuContainer. You will see the tree. You'll have to
mess with Nige's containers, depending on your application.
Nige, it would be reallly helpful if your sample addressed this fix,
as I think the MSIE failure sends a lot of people off in search of
another solution, missing out on all the fine work you have done here.
I m not writing for the general public. The application will not be released for at least a year. I m sharing this code with other developers as a matter ofMessage 37 of 37 , Aug 2, 2006View SourceI'm not writing for the general public. The application will not be
released for at least a year. I'm sharing this code with other
developers as a matter of interest, and to encourage further development
and sharing of useful YUI widgets.
> > It works OK on IE7 and that's the only IE I have, so I haven't
> > any problems. I wouldn't try to use up to date scripting with IE6
> > - it's just too buggy! I'll add the height:auto, but you'll have to
> > me if it works.
> But is it wise to limit your testing platform to a product that nobody
> in general public has?
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