14 Aug 2012
That's very easy to fix.
, append ``zoom:1
Or you can just use sass_fix_ie if you are using Rails.
Don't ask why. There is no reason why this problem exists and why IE exists….
Even if 2 layers are not overlapped, the layer above (in the code) will be behind the layer below (in the code).
This means that even the layer above contain a z-index=1 layer, it will be blocked by the below layer.
The solution is to explicitly assign z-index to everybody, and for z-index to work, you also need to assign
Please note that in modern browsers, there won't be a problem. We don't need to assign z-index to everybody. Modern browsers just assume the order correctly.
This is the weirdest one.
that modifies content inside that ``div
`, IE7 reports
operation aborted`` and show error page…
To solve it, just add