What began as a mission to remedy a drop down menu issue in IE for a theme has turned into yet another mystery!
Inadvertently, I remedied the situation with the drop down menus not being accessible in IE but the placement of the customized horizontal navigation drops lower on IE than on FF. This led me to wanting to have a different style sheet for IE that different padding variables.
I’ve tried several options and am turning to this forum for help. Here is the syntax currently employed within the theme’s header, in between the <head></head> tags.
<!-[if IE 7]>
<link rel=”stylesheet” href=”www.domain.com/iestyle.css” type=”text/css” meia=”screen />
No matter where I place this if statement, the theme does not seem to be finding it when I am using IE. When I tried Microsoft’s recommendation to also test for not IE, the styling disappeared completely. LOL
The only thing that I can think of is that this conditional statement needs to be after the </head> tag but I tried that with no good result. Another possibility might be
Thanks in advance! I’m looking forward to some good help here.
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