Pro And Con Fields Not Displaying In Review Posts With IE
There seems to be a conflict in the HTML codes in the review post, which prevents the pros and cons not to show up in Internet Explorer.
I may have located the issue in two forms: 1) If ReviewPost is integrated with vB3 and 2) If you entered a different "font-size" value in Main CSS of vB. If the values for the font-size in "td, th, p and li" are set to anything but the default "10pt" it conflicts with the pro and con fields, which uses a bit worded Table layout.
To resolve this I simply re-did the HTML portion in the "showproduct.tmpl" files. I still use Tables to generate the layout but in a different way. The layout is similar to the original layout. Only then can I have a custom "font-size" of 11px or whatever.
*Excuse the mock review and vB's default layout in the attachment below but I'm running the Review integrated with a testing board.
I had this same problem with IE. The problem actually lies in the line it displays above. (ie. Review Date: May 4, 2005 Recommend? Yes | Price Paid?: $35.00 | Rating: 8)
If that line is greater than the width of the table it is in, then it does a hard return and puts it on the next line. Unfortunately, when it does this the Pro's and Con's disappear in IE.
As a quick fix, I shortened all the variables on the line above the pro's and con's (shorter date, using N/A instead of Not Applicable, shortened "Would you recommend" to "recommend", etc.), and it seems to have resolved the issue for now. I also reported it as a bug some time ago, but I am not sure if it ever got fixed.
Sounds to me like you have a CSS class conflict with colors being the same
Using a stock vb style I see no problem with this and since your issue has to do with things you have edited well that would in your editing
Here is a default test with my site and IE you can view it
This happens with the default templates supplied by RP, though.
well he is talking about integrating with vb3 and using there style if you have an issue with a main reviewpost style tell me which one and I can check it just to be sure
The attachment is of the fix I did, actually; that's the way it supposed to look. :D
I'm not sure why just changing the font-size in td, th, p and li tags to "11px" caused the pros and cons Table to not display in IE but since I'll modify the original Review post layout I guess the point is no longer relevant. :)
Thank you for addressing it.
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