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Fixing Checkbox Width Problem in IE

I just reviewed my code today and found my code about how to fix the checkbox width incompatibility with IE. In IE, you will find that the checkbox has extra maring / padding on its left and right side making … Continue reading

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Appending Conditional Stylesheet / CSS on Zend Framework

Because of some browser incompatibility, you need to have some piece of CSS on your page for a specific browser, ex: IE. If you are using Zend Framework, it would be easy. In the controller, you can include the stylesheet … Continue reading

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CSS Overflow

According to W3Schools definition: CSS Overflow Property Definition The overflow property sets what happens if the content of an element overflow its area. For example we have a container, that contains varying amount of data. If you set the width … Continue reading

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Printing a page without showing it

We can actually print a page without showing it. For example you have a form which has a print button, and when the print button is clicked, it will print the form in another format, say multi-page report or you … Continue reading

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Page break on your web page

We can easily specify page break on your pages via CSS. It is just a line of code. Then apply the class to an element and the page break will be applied after that element. So now we can specify … Continue reading

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Disappearing Cursor on Textbox

I encountered this problem in both IE and Firefox. When you tab to a certain textbox, the cursor does not appear (does not blink of course). It works everything fine when the textbox was left-aligned. But since they were numeric … Continue reading

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CSS and the browser war

Internet explorer is really a big problem when it comes to CSS styling especially when it comes to complex designs and complex forms where there are many elements invloved. Currently, I’m testing only with these popular browsers: Internet Explorer 6, … Continue reading

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