IE6-7 incorrectly scrolls an applied element background for textarea field or overflows an input field in forms. Even the most common css hack suggested is to use the fixed position for background attachment, sometimes this isn’t enough.
Recently I’ve been talking about Internet Explorer 6 and how support for it is slowly dropping, and soon we will see it disappear for good, but there are still people that use this browser, whether it by choice or that they are forced to, you have to keep in mind that people will view your […]
A lot of web developers still finding the best way to build a cross browser website. Especially showing it on ie6 browser, your beautiful looking website in Mozilla can become ugly and hideous website. Whatever the reason is, here I list some of the css hack for ie that I know.
Ever define a border weight in CSS only to find it heavier in Internet Explorer? Today’s tip is on keeping consistent border width across browsers when using shorthand.
Oddly enough, but the image scaling by using bicubic interpolation is turned off in Internet Explorer. To fix this you may use the vendor-specific CSS property -ms-interpolation-mode.
This checks while you type if the number of characters entered are less than the actual “viewable” characters in an input field. If the characters typed are more, then the text will appear somewhere on the screen so you can see what you have typed so far.