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I was running a sample DOJO program in FF 3 is working great and IE 7 is also looking good. But when I run the same in IE 6, the look and feel being messed-up Especially, the labels are overlapped with the widgets.
Is DOJO widgets doesn't support IE 6? or something else I'm missing...?
Please share your thought on this.
TIA Mourougan [ December 03, 2008: Message edited by: Mourouganandame Arunachalam ]
Dojo supports IE6. Please send me the widget example or paste it here. It is probably something outside Dojo that has been added, or a missed css resource or something (I hope !
Joined: Oct 29, 2008
Thanks for your reply.
Please find below the HTML code (form.html)
And the CSS code as follows, (form.css)
Kindly let me know what went wrong? I know I'm troubling you.... But I have no other choice !
Thanks in Advance, Mourougan
Joined: Sep 29, 2008
Hi Mourouganandame, IE6 is notoriously horrible, of course. I tracked down the problem to the very large padding you were using on the form rows (10em), which pushed down elements where they should not be, due to conflicting length and padding.
I also use float:left and float: right on lables and input, just to be sure. Finally I increased the width of the form to 600 to be extra sure that all fitted. If you get errors like these in the future, try increase the available width of the enclosing element first to see if the problem persist