The way I usually reference a table row is to give the table row
an id, then link to it, vary basic stuff.
[url] http://tinyurl.com/c94tha [/url]
<tr id="a1">… <a href="#a1">a1</a>
I would expect that the page would jump to the table row. IE 8
just seems to ignore it.
The possible work arounds that I have come up with, at least to
me, are all just pure evil.
1. X-UA-Compatible header/meta
• This would be the easy thing to do, however it locks the
page view to IE 7.
2. Move the id to the first td
• Moving the id to the first td would allow the navigation to
work in IE 8, however it no longer is a referance to the
table row and could create other style issues.
3. Conditional comment
• Add an IE 8 conditional comment to the first td
<!--[if IE 8]><a name"a1"></a><![endif]--> This can be styled
to appear to jump to the table row, rather then the td. Position
relative to account for any border or padding.
• Briefly considers and rejected.
Comments, suggestions, other possibilities.
BootNic Sun Apr 5, 2009 01:48 pm
Thirty-five is when you finally get your head together and your body
starts falling apart.
> IE 8 seems to have an issue with table row anchors.
> The way I usually reference a table row is to give the table row
> an id, then link to it, vary basic stuff.
> [url] http://tinyurl.com/c94tha [/url]
You don't have permission to access this server.
>> [url] http://tinyurl.com/c94tha [/url]
> You don't have permission to access this server.
I see, I have not cleaned up the auto deny rules for quite some
time. It is a wonder that anyone could connect.
Cleaned em up, should be ok.
BootNic Sun Apr 5, 2009 03:31 pm
All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the
dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was
vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may
act on their dreams with open eyes, to make them possible.
*Thomas Edward Lawrence (of Arabia)*