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Firefox hack
to shift an image 1 px to the right
mcjohnson




msg:3872884
 2:38 am on Mar 18, 2009 (gmt 0)

Back in the old days there was a hack where you could direct IE to see something a little different than FF. I think it looked something like this:

.header {position:absolute;
left: 1px;
_left: 2px;
}

where, I think, the underline represented what IE would see

Is there such a hack for FF 3.0 vs. IE 7?

I have a footer in a CMS that needs to nudge ONE PIXEL to the right, in FF only. It already looks fine in IE.

Any workarounds?

 

dreamcatcher




msg:3873030
 8:42 am on Mar 18, 2009 (gmt 0)

Personally, I would code for Firefox and use a IE conditional statement to remove the pixel shift in IE7.

dc

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