June 8th, 2010 admin
Just noticed a quick flaw which works with IE but not Firefox. I had a table where I was specifying the width. This was working fine in IE, but strangely Firefox was ignoring the width and scaling the table to match the width of the contents?
Turns out I was specifying the width as an integer without appending “px”. So width=100 tells IE to use 100 pixel width but Firefox ignores it. Change it to “width=100px” and both are happy…
June 26th, 2009 admin
Just had a problem with a website which worked fine in IE, however when viewed in Firefox, some of the <A HREF> links weren’t working!
Turns out it was a problem with the z-axis. One of the other elements on the page was appearing on top of the links and obscuring them. By using “z-index” I was able to re-order the elements, bringing the links to the surface again – and all worked fine again.
Here’s a good description of how to use z-index:
June 13th, 2009 admin
Found this website recently – good source for tutorials on developing wordpress themes in CSS: