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Code Help


#2
Hey,

Had a quick look, try
Code:
rhs
to this:

Code:
#rhs {
position:relative;
float:right;
width:169px;
clear:left;
}
You may need to put it in a IE specific stylesheet because the clear:left will mess everything on modern browsers, as for mobile, I would personally try adapting the site to mobile using media queries.

Hope this helps

Chris
 
#5
Thanks Chris

I now get this, take a look here in IE6 IE NetRenderer - Browser Compatibility Check -

The first 2 banners are now in perfect position but the rest have dissapeared, I put....

HTML:
#rhs, #rhs img {
position:relative;
float:right;
margin-top:6px;
padding-top:0px;
width:169px;
clear:left;
}
Many thanks
The Link just takes me to the homepage :icon_confused:

I put the code in just the #rhs

#rhs {
position:relative;
float:right;
width:169px;
clear:left;
}

When my phones charged I'll take a look at the login issue :icon_smile:
 

Stationery Direct

Administrator
Staff member
#6
You're a star, sorted now mate, worked a treat. :icon_cheers:
If you get 5 minutes and can point me in the right direction with the other issue then this is greatly appreciated :icon_thumbup:

Thanks again.
 
#9
Hi,

I had a quick look this morning, I dont really know what the solution could be, it's weird, I checked on a Nokia device and it was fine and also in iOS, could be an issue with the blackberry browser.

Other than that, a possible reason could be because the links, login and forgotten password buttons are all images if they were text they might adapt a little better.

Sorry

Chris