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Post [Fixed] Posible "Bug" In Header Blocks (only Opera 
 
i saw this first time in Lopalong site , nut i was thinking that he didn finishet his style..
but now i saw that this is also in my site (not matter if i use icy phoenix theme or any other) and it is only with Opera....
this happend when u enable headers banners and its only with banner on top....
to me this doesn bother,,i just report it...

pic with IE =  OK
iemfs

pic with Opera = not OK
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Post Re: Posible "Bug" In Header Blocks (only Opera) 
 
Hi Limun,

Opera is another beast that needs special treatment.

Do you want to try this in the header, as it should work for all browsers - I hope!  

overall_header.tpl


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<!-- BEGIN switch_header_table -->
<tr>
<td width="100%" colspan="3">
    <table class="forumline" width="100%" style="margin-left:10%;margin-right:10%;" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
        <tr><td class="row-header"><span>{L_STAFF_MESSAGE}</span></td></tr>
        <tr><td class="row-post"><br /><div class="post-text">{switch_header_table.HEADER_TEXT}</div><br /><br /></td></tr>
    </table>
</td>
</tr>
<!-- END switch_header_table -->



REPLACE WITH:


<!-- BEGIN switch_header_table -->
<tr>
<td width="100%" colspan="3">
<div align="center">
    <table class="forumline" width="98%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
        <tr><td class="row-header"><span>{L_STAFF_MESSAGE}</span></td></tr>
        <tr><td class="row-post"><br /><div class="post-text">{switch_header_table.HEADER_TEXT}</div><br /><br /></td></tr>
    </table>
</div>
</td>
</tr>
<!-- END switch_header_table -->


You will probably have to do the same block in the footer too.
 
 
 
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nice  

so you fixed bug for opera for all styles include icy phoenix

thanks

icy

 all3y

and my style also

 all3l
 




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Post Re: Posible "Bug" In Header Blocks (only Opera) 
 
I knew it would fix it, because that's what I use and wanted you to test it with Opera. Thanks for doing that

It's actually NOT a bug with Opera - It is a BUGGY script with Icy Phoenix styles.

Let's just say that Opera got it right! by showing what the error was by continuing the BG after it inserted the margins.  
 
 
 
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Hile... would it not work with just <td width="100%" colspan="3" align="center"> rather than <div> tags?

I'm suprised firefox displays it without a problem, because they went the same way as Opera - its not so much that they are designed to display things correct - they removed a lot of code that used to correct for incorrect tags and positioning, which IE still has. In the old Mozilla (of 1.4.1 vintage, which I still use occasionally) you had to break some pretty silly tags (or putting <td> in wrong place) to mess up the layout. The mozdev team eventually decided all web developers should be following W3C by the tee, and thus streamline mozilla by removing the auto-correct code. Which is no bad thing... of course, as it forces good tagging practice

BTW Lopalong I'm looking into adding a mod to change the way the top navlinks box works - so that you can just have a single navlinks tpl, rather than having to edit every single page tpl to change the navlinks box - I had the idea a couple of years ago to do it, but never got a round to it! Not sure if that would interest you, being a themer?
 



 
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I don't have Opera, but I will manage to fix it one day.

Thanks for reporting.

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Which is no bad thing... of course, as it forces good tagging practice


I have to quote this... I totally agree.
 




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