Tonearm - 8:33 pm on Jan 4, 2013 (gmt 0)
the suggested solution in this case is to make a transparent png and set it as background for the <p>.
!? yeah, you heard right. crazy hack and it worked. but: eventually i decided to not implement it. on principle, no way i do that stuff to cater such a whack browser. i say it again: for me as a developer, the android browser is by far the worst and most annoying browser on the market these days.
I'm with you. No way am I implementing that hack.
google for "p style incorrect unless background color applied".
so are we talking about the same issue?
We are indeed! I read over the stackoverflow page and discovered that I can fix the problem by adding background-color:white to my p's and h1's. Many thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
I have now tested this on 5 Android devices in my office with other employees, including my old one from 3 years ago, and I still can't duplicate the problem.
That is really strange. You're using my example exactly? Maybe moTi could point you to his Android emulator. I'm using a real Galaxy Nexus and I have the issue.