IE7 measuring sprites from bottom up?

I’m doing some IE7 hacking and was wondering what was going on with some of my sprites. They look fine in all of the browsers except IE7. For that lovely browser, I say with my teeth clinched, I’m getting really strange results. At first I thought it was a hasLayout issue, that I needed to […]

Background image for visited links

I’ve been a recent convert to Design Meltdown. The site disects a visual theme and gives examples on how to use them and where they are being used. While exploring the latest post about sketches for the web, I noticed an interesting approach to the visited pages. The Breakdown The site has a series of […]

Hacking to fix for IE7

I’ve played around with IE7 for a while, but haven’t really started debugging with it until now. Fortunately, I’ve already set up the site to use conditional comments and deliver an IE6.css file and a separate IE7.css file. This has made it much easier to target the offending areas of the site. IE7 has had […]

Attribute selectors to provide language information

Attribute Selectors for International Web Sites Sébastien Guillon, recently wrote a post about using the CSS2 attribute selector and content rule to let visitors know what to expect when clicking on a link to an international web site. Inspired by his approach, I’ve simplified some of the code and added background images to represent the […]