[pmwiki-users] Alt-E doesn't work with IE
haganfox at users.sourceforge.net
Sun Feb 26 17:56:29 CST 2006
On 2/26/06, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 26, 2006 at 05:03:41PM -0500, Kemble Oliver wrote:
> > The skin we are using with <http://www.scgis.gov> displays perfectly in
> > Firefox, but not in IE. Removing the GUI editing buttons from the top
> > right of the display cured the problem, but it meant that we had to use
> > the ALT-E command to get into edit mode.
> > The Alt-E command works with Firefox flawlessly. It does not work with
> > IE at all.
> Microsoft's Internet Explorer doesn't honor accesskey= attributes
> in any elements that have the display property set to "none". So,
> on the page you just mentioned:
> <div id="menubar" style="display: none;">
> <div id="wikicmds" align="right">
> <ul><li class='browse'><a accesskey='ak_view' class='selflink'
> </li><li class='edit'><a accesskey='e' rel='nofollow' class='wikilink'
> </li><li class='diff'><a accesskey='h' rel='nofollow' class='wikilink'
> the "display:none" property is preventing IE from honoring the
> accesskey= attributes in the links that follow.
> At the moment I don't have a really good solution for this, short of
> removing the 'display:none' property somehow and getting it to view
> correctly in IE. Perhaps moving the links to somewhere else in the
> page template (e.g., the bottom) and setting the color of the links to
> white would work?
Or maybe create a set of "empty" links.
<a accesskey='e' rel='nofollow'
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