I am having a problem with a client’s site that I am sure is a CSS wrapper issue. It’s happening in IE 7 for me - that is the version I have. I have been told that is loads OK in IE 6 but cannot check it myself. It displays fine in Firefox, Opera & Netscape.
Here is the site in progress on my testing space:
When viewing with IE 7 the header starts 1/2 way down the page and the top of the page displays just the background. If you refresh a few times “most of the time” it will right itself but not always.
Here is the CSS code I used:
background: #240000 url(images/bg3.jpg) repeat-y center top;
background: #240000 url(images/lbg.jpg) no-repeat center top;
Admittedly I do not use CSS in it’s pure form. My pages are still table-based layouts and not entirely W3C compliant. I am doing my best to learn how to ditch the tables but in the meantime I still have sites to complete and old habits die hard. I only design as a sideline and for a niche market. So I don’t mean to offend any of you who are doing it the right way. ;-)
I am having a hard time finding a solution to this issue. I do my best to find the solution on my own but I am not having any luck. This is the first time I have attempted a double background using the wrapper so any help is greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much for your time!