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WatcherLV says

Hey all!
I just completed html template, but I have one little problem with the logo in IE6 , I will be very grateful if someone could help me fix it.
Also I’d like to receive some opinion about my work :P and maybe some tips how to improve it.
In advance thanks!

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Valcho says

Just add

<div class="clearfix"></div>
bellow the
<a />
tag, which contains your logo and I think it should look better. As for the theme – I like it. Afterall, these are my favourite colors – black and blue. Keep it up:)

 

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WatcherLV says

Thanks for advice Valcho , but it not work.
The logo still appears in front when scroll down the contact or about panel. :(

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Valcho says

Oh, that problem… I supposed the problem was the less space from the logo to the content that it is on Firefox. I think a solution to that would be:

1. z-index: 1; to the logo, and z-index: 999; to the #about and #contact

2. when the #contact and #about are visible, the #logo is display: none;

And may I give a suggestion? – I think if you give the About and Contact links a slightly lighter gray bacgkround color, they would look more like tabs and when clicked they become the color of the Contact/About area.

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WatcherLV says

I know I’m stupid :D but I don’t actually get how to make the #logo display: none; when #contact/#about are visible :(

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Valcho says

Sorry, I am unable to help you there :[ Did you try with z-index?

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WatcherLV says

Yea I tried but it doesn’t work on IE6 :(

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zigmat says

I don’t get a point of the problem. Can you e-mail me. You can write in Russian.

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WatcherLV says

Thanks guys for your tips but the problem is still exists and I don’t know how to fix it :(
I’ll be very grateful if someone know how to fix this problem

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WatcherLV says

So, no one can help me with this sticky problem?
Please people if you know, don’t be quiet

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