I have a heading on a page which hasn't had anything special done to is, just font-size, font-weight, letter-spacing and couple of other visual adjustments using css. The problem is in ie6 the text sometimes just disappears. There is still a space left for the text and if I highlight the text then click away the text displays as normal. Anyone have any ideas what might be going on?
I'm sorry this is a tough one to explain without seeing it in action.
Well that's the problem, I don't know what is causing it. Short of posting the whole page and css I wouldn't know where to start. I was hoping it was an ie6 bug that someone has come across because I know my css and html are just fine and it only happens on the spot in the whole site. I'll try to explain further:
When the page first loads in ie6 the heading I have in place doesn't appear (as if the visibility attribute is hidden). To get the text to (magically?) appear I can either scroll down the page and then back up or highlight the text and then deselect it. Even if the heading isn't styled with css it still happens.
I know it all sounds rather odd which I why I suspect it was a bug with ie6. It doesn't happen with NN, Opera or Mozilla.