Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.6b) Gecko/20031208 Confirming using Mozilla 1.6beta 2003120808 on Windows 2000 The URL validates on the W3C validator as 4.01 Transitional, the CSS also passes validation. Suggest Status: NEW, Keyword: REGRESSION
Well, to save space on my disk I removed Opera from my system, so I can;t test this site with Opera, but so far I have found zero browsers that render this page in any way that appears useful. This includes Netscape version 4 and IE version 6. If the site displays correctly with neither of those, it is seriously broken.
The site appears to render fine, as far as I can tell, in IE 6.0 and Moz 1.5 final. Maybe I don't know what I don't know, to paraphrase Donald. Reporter: could you post a screen shot of what you're seeing and what it should look like, and point out what exactly is wrong?
PS: I know 2 sub-versions of IE 6.00... works no correct (and not only at this side)
As Ronald Tilby suggested: - confirming - keyword -> REGRESSION It renders fine on my Moz 1.5 final (on WinXP Pro), but two users have see it fail on 1.6b. Thanks for the screenshots, Frank.
Reporter: Are you the developer of this webpage? I noticed your e-mail address ... If so, can help specify exactly what the problem is? Provide a test case?
Sorry for the spam ... didn't change the QA and assignee with the component component -> DOM: Level 0 QA & assignee as appropriate
Are that absolute positioned 'div' elements on that page. If so this is a DUPLICATE of bug 225811. I already found one of the two parts that triggers this bug: <body onload="init(str)" bgcolor="#F1F1F0" background="images/bg.gif" style="overflow: hidden">
I should have looked more carefully... (btw: should this be changed back to 'style system' then?) *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 225811 ***
Anne - shouldn't it be the same component as bug 225811 (Layout: View Rendering)? (thanks for finding the dupe)
-> VERIFIED (since it is a dup, it doesn't matter I think)