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I have a problem that occurs differently using FF or IE7 when I am trying to use scrollbars, please click on coctails & shakers to activate the scrollbar and to understand the problem.
When I use Firefox the scrolling area is fine, (it needs some fixes for better looking,I have them in my mind and its not a problem right now) ,but it makes a weird braking on the background image. If you disable, via firebug, the overflow attribute scrollbars go away, but the weirdo braking is not there.
When I use IE7, I dont have this weird braking, but I have problem with the background image, because behaves as image in the content (is getting down) rather background image. when I use background-attachment:fixed image is getting disappeared.
I would appreciate much if somebody could give me some hints to resolve those 2 problems, coz they really drive me crazy.
well, until you clean up the css, you will find it a little easier to hack it so that ie7, and ie6 will render the way you want them to.
all of ie has particular problems with png images as backgrounds and ie6 and below won't render transparency without an alpha hack or .htc fix. for your jpg background and div alignments you have to remember that ie has a broken box model.
clean up the code and you'll get it.
... and i actually check everything in multiple browsers (ff2, ff3, ie7, ie6, ie5.5, safari3 and opera9) you should at least check in ff2, ie7,ie6 and safari also.