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IE7 screen repaint issue

Posted on 2008-06-14
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I have noticed on a few pages on my site I am having a repainting issue.  It seems that when I scroll or resize the browser window part of the page disapears or gets a little mangled (see screen shot).

I have placed a static copy of the page here so that you can see for yourself.
http://66.245.242.6/example.html

This appears to only be happening on IE7.  I am not seeing this behavior in IE6, FF, or Safari.
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Question by:maytawn
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by:jab56
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Maybe it this...
http://www.positioniseverything.net/explorer/unscrollable.html

Inside the http://cord.quakermeadow.org/css/cord.css file try putting in

/* Start hide from IE-Mac \*/
* html #wrapper
   {
   height: 1%;
   }
/* End Hide from IE-Mac */

the currect place of course... (see the link)
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jab56 earned 500 total points
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cancel my last comment... I found the answer.

Add these additional 3 lines to the "#leftnav a" entry in http://cord.quakermeadow.org/css/cord.css  (I attached the file also.)

width:100%;
height:100%;
display:block;

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by:maytawn
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Perfect.  Works like a charm.  Thanks.
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