Broswer: Mozilla 0.8, Windows 2000 url: http://www.e-africa.com The top frame incorrectly displays a form header-image "Member Access" from the main frame below it. Often images from the main frame are half-displayed in the top frame. The behaviour logic is realised when scrolling the main frame to the bottom. The incorrectly, half-displayed images in the top frame line up with their main frame counterparts. Another problem is seen when navigating around the site. Usually after one or two links are followed, the mozilla logo suddenly appears in the top frame; left half inside the frame, the right half overlapping the scroll widget (outside the page-render area) Expected behaviour: images are restricted to their frame - no "bleeding" should occur.
Ammendment for moz logo intrusion: To induce the moz logo intrusion, either: 1) click on the top frame's scrollbar. 2) Click on the top frame scrollbar and Drag the mouse to the left. 3) Right-click in the top frame, select "reload frame". This will display mozilla's menu panel and logo as the background to the now reloaded top frame. This is restored if a window is raised above mozilla or the window is minimized and miximized. (Basically if its refreshed)
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 67276 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
QA Contact update
QA Contact: petersen → amar
The given URl works fine. Verified on 2001011803 build. Platform: WIN2K
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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