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      Matt Raible added a comment -
      Thanks! Deployed to demo site at http://css.appfuse.org/themes/simplicity.
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      Matt Raible added a comment - Thanks! Deployed to demo site at http://css.appfuse.org/themes/simplicity .
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      J.F. Zarama added a comment -
      I have tried simplicity.css for a prototype shell-UI.

      Firefox works fine. IE6 has problems rendering the Nav bar. I have not tried other browsers.

      Have a look at:

      http://142.46.207.217:8080/zmenu

      Thanks for simpicity.css; simple and good looking design; thanks;
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      J.F. Zarama added a comment - I have tried simplicity.css for a prototype shell-UI. Firefox works fine. IE6 has problems rendering the Nav bar. I have not tried other browsers. Have a look at: http://142.46.207.217:8080/zmenu Thanks for simpicity.css; simple and good looking design; thanks;
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      Herryanto Siatono added a comment -
      Thx Zambra,

      I did a quick check, it seems to be an inherent problem with the CSS framework. If you are using "localleft" layout, and you leave the "sub" division empty or with short sentence, the tab bar will disappear on IE and the local nav will also be messed up.

      I did a quick test with the orginal framework files too, and it behaved the same way.

      The quick workaround would be, fill up the div with a long sentence such as the one below, I know it sounds silly, since you are not using "sub" divistion at all for "localleft" layout, but it solves the problem.

      <div id="sub">
      <p>Proin pellentesque ullamcorper ipsum. Sed tincidunt tincidunt mi. Vestibulum magna wisi, vehicula eu, ullamcorper et, egestas in, tortor. Vestibulum interdum, massa in faucibus laoreet, tortor massa congue ligula, et feugiat elit mauris nec enim.</p>
      </div>

      Matt, you may want to take note of this, it seems like the CSS framework, is not 100% stable on IE.
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      Herryanto Siatono added a comment - Thx Zambra, I did a quick check, it seems to be an inherent problem with the CSS framework. If you are using "localleft" layout, and you leave the "sub" division empty or with short sentence, the tab bar will disappear on IE and the local nav will also be messed up. I did a quick test with the orginal framework files too, and it behaved the same way. The quick workaround would be, fill up the div with a long sentence such as the one below, I know it sounds silly, since you are not using "sub" divistion at all for "localleft" layout, but it solves the problem. <div id="sub"> <p>Proin pellentesque ullamcorper ipsum. Sed tincidunt tincidunt mi. Vestibulum magna wisi, vehicula eu, ullamcorper et, egestas in, tortor. Vestibulum interdum, massa in faucibus laoreet, tortor massa congue ligula, et feugiat elit mauris nec enim.</p> </div> Matt, you may want to take note of this, it seems like the CSS framework, is not 100% stable on IE.
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      J.F. Zarama added a comment -
      Yes, I did try the filling the div id="sub" with a long text as indicated.

      IE6 works fine now.

      Thanks;
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      J.F. Zarama added a comment - Yes, I did try the filling the div id="sub" with a long text as indicated. IE6 works fine now. Thanks;

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