Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #11111


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Timestamp:
May 11, 2010, 6:51:53 AM (9 years ago)
Author:
bill
Comment:

I agree, that CSS is weird, GridContainer?.css shouldn't have rules that affect ContentPane, except maybe if the ContentPane is inside a GridContainer. Still, I don't see why there's a special rule for IE6.

That code was added as part of the new GridContainer, in [21950], for #10680.

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  • Ticket #11111

    • Property Cc jfcunat added
    • Property Component changed from Dijit to Dojox
    • Property Summary changed from IE60 shows an extra margin for ContentPanes if using the GridContainer's CSS to [regression] IE60 shows an extra margin for ContentPanes if using the GridContainer's CSS
    • Property Milestone changed from tbd to 1.5
    • Property Owner set to Shane O'Sullivan
  • Ticket #11111 – Description

    initial v1  
    1 All ContentPanes get an extra margin in the IE60 if the GridContainer's CSS (dojo/dojox/layout/resources/GridContainer.css) is used.
     1All !ContentPanes get an extra margin in the IE60 if the !GridContainer's CSS (dojo/dojox/layout/resources/!GridContainer.css) is used.
    22
    33That CSS contains starting at line 68:
     
    99}}}
    1010
    11 Removing line 68 or not using the css the ContentPanes are rendered as expected beside the GridContainer.
     11Removing line 68 or not using the css the !ContentPanes are rendered as expected beside the !GridContainer.
    1212
    1313See the testcase with a GridContainer on the "second page".