Possibly there is a way involving saying:
If ie6 – employ this set of setting for an image
Else – employ this set
I’m by using a WordPress plugin to be able to enable the users to obtain a different header image per page; I’ve tweaked the actual css positioning in order that it works fine within ie7 firefox chrome etc nonetheless it positions differently inside ie6. (Worked ok prior to plugin. )
The customer frequently uses ie6 so for this reason – and in addition because 7% still apply it – I would like to make the idea look OK in such a.
<! --if IE 6> Specific instructions for IE SIX here <! endif-->
You can also use " much less than" and " better than" in these kinds of expressions. i. electronic.
<! –if lt IE 7>
< link rel=" stylesheet" href=" ie_old. css" media=" screen" type=" text/css" >
<! –if gte IE 7>
< link rel=" stylesheet" href=" ie_new. css" media=" screen" type=" text/css" >
in this instance ‘gte’ means " greater when compared with or equal to"
PPK’s quirksmode site is a definitive reference for these kinds of thing:
CSS — Conditional comments
Thank you both – have finally been able to fix the ie6 " glitch" which usually should make you customer happy!