View Full Version : Thumbnail problem
08-16-2006, 01:40 PM
I use the photoblink addon, with the latest release of PP.
When viewing in Firefox everything is fine, the border of the thumb is black like I want it.
However when viewing with IE the border of the thumb looks blue or purple, behaving like a hyperlink when clicked or not.
Does anybody know how to change this ?
Look in to the CSS code and try to change it to such which is working as you want.
08-16-2006, 07:36 PM
because it's a problem in IE and not in firefox, i don't think it's done in css. However if you have any suggestions what to change in the css, i'm happy to try it out.
08-16-2006, 08:17 PM
most problems with IE are not CSS problems, but derive from the faulty way how CSS is rendered by IE!
I repeat my mantra: use the webdeveloper toolbox in Firefox (plus agent switcher) and you will find out
08-17-2006, 04:43 PM
thanks for your reply, but as i'm not a skilled programmer i find your hint a bit vague. perhaps you can point me in the right direction.
i do use the webdeveloper ad-on, but i don't know how to use it to tackle my problem.
maybe you could take a look at my site to see the problem (maybe a to big of a word)
08-18-2006, 06:29 AM
I am not an IE expert and I am sorry that I have no time in the moment to find out what is wrong
there are 2 reasons why:
I worked 13 hours yesterday and today will be the same
I am not mentally prepared at this time to deal with browser problems in IE because I am overworked...
please understand that, I am sure others can help you as well
If you see blue/purple border that means that you didnt set CSS as it should be. Try to get what is id/class of this element and then try to find its CSS specification in proper CSS definition file. If there isnt such it means that you must add it to solve your problem.
PS Here you have big collection of links to CSS/XHTML stuff. It should help you:
08-18-2006, 02:06 PM
for sure the border is blue because that is the default color for links in Internet
you will have to define the colors for all "pseudo-links"
in the moment you have the following:
you need the color for all of these elements:
an example for a:hover and you will use that for the other elements as well:
Or just set for tag img border:0 and then wont be any frame around:
08-18-2006, 04:34 PM
I salute you
There have been many forums i've visited since i use internet (and that's qiute a wile) but the support here is from a very high standard!
thanks to everybody who keep helping out us starters
We are glad to here it.
Have fun posting pictures by Pixelpost.
08-20-2006, 06:01 PM
you are welcome and we are pleased!
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