- On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 2:15 PM, Karr, David <david.karr@...> wrote:
> The following is my test page:Looks like IE6 is having problems with some of the CSS rules. While I
> This prototype page using YUI 2.6.0 and the Carousel component works ok in
> Firefox 3.0.4 (although Gopal is looking at a problem with the margin width
> causing issues). When I run it in IE6, however, it shows the Carousel
> component and the area where the images will go, but it shows no images
> (although I think it might be displaying them 1 pixel wide on the Carousel's
> right-hand border). Using Firebug Lite (that page is configured with it),
> the elements appear to be there, but they don't display. Looking at the
> computed style, the only thing that seems vaguely suspicious is that the
> "li" element has visibility set to "inherit".
> The carousel navigator shows the correct number of page pips. When I click
> on the downarrow (it's set to vertical orientation), the carousel navigator
> disappears, and some single pixels get overwritten on the right-hand border
> of the component (about 150 pixels apart, the height of most of my images),
> but it still doesn't display any images.
couldn't find the exact problem, inspecting with IE web developer
toolbar reveals the images on clicking the "LI", and if I click the
navigation, the images disappear.
I feel it might need some time to debug this probably looking through
IE6 CSS bugs.
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