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Posts Tagged ‘ie6’

jQuery – Modal Dialog

87Tr Last week I introduced the jQuery Dialog plugin, which allows us to put various dialogs on the screen.

I only gave out the basics of this flexible widget to keep things simple.  Today, I want to expand on that a bit by showing off some of the other capabilities.

If you’ve been coding along, pull out the code from last week, because that’s where I’ll be starting from.

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if IE Conditional CSS using ASP.NET Themes

winter-011 Yesterday when I introduced Artisteer I mentioned that they use conditional link comments to include IE6 and IE7 specific CSS in the master page.

In my world, I like to use ASP.NET themes for my CSS, which means the CSS will get included automatically.  So the question is, how can we use Artister with ASP.NET themes?  Or for that matter, how can we include IE-specific CSS as part of our themes?

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jQuery, bgiframe and IE6 z-order hacks

tp_vol3_006 Well, it probably looks like an odd title.  But let’s face it: we still have to support IE6 for some of our clients no matter how much we don’t like it or it shouldn’t be.  And one of the most frustrating items that we ever had to support in IE6 is the fact that certain controls and plug-ins don’t obey z-order.

What this means in a practical sense is that if we have a menu layer that drops over one of these misbehaving bad boys, we have to find some hack around it.

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