- Oct 18, 2010On Mon, 18 Oct 2010, Ben Fritz wrote:
>It's the fact that the outermost content <div> has a style of:
> On Oct 18, 4:43 pm, Carlo Teubner wrote:
>> I'd be grateful for reports of any problems with the site, e.g.
>> whether it looks bad in certain browsers, since I haven't tested it
>> very much across browsers.
> This page looks pretty terrible in Opera, Safari, Chrome, and IE8:
> The entire page is shifted left off the screen, and does not allow
> scrolling to see the content. In Opera I can use the "fit page to
> width" feature or disable CSS to view it but I think something is
> wrong with the CSS. I apparently do not have Firefox installed on this
> computer (I thought I did, not sure what happened there) so I did not
> look on Firefox.
float: left; position: relative; left: 50%
And the next nested <div> has a style of:
float: left; position: relative; left: -50%
The inner div containing most of the page's content gets pushed off to
the left. If you decrease the size of the browser window, you can
actually push it all the way off the left side.
I'm not sure what the positive-percentage left offset paired with the
identical-but-negative-percentage left offset is supposed to accomplish,
but it doesn't seem to work with the floated divs. May as well not use
it, as I don't think Firefox's rendering is correct, anyway. (Seems
like there should be widths specified on one or both of the divs for the
relative percentages to be useful.)
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