Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.
Perplexing little CSS issue that’s dogged me for ages: Why does MSIE have weird positioning some times? It could be because of
hasLayout, and all you need to do, is apply
position:relative to the CSS declaration:
The only little oddity here is position: relative. I included that because IE/Win has a tendency to make elements disappear if you pull them upward like this. The cure is to position them, which I suspect triggers the hasLayout flag. I don’t pretend to understand all the nuances of hasLayout, but recent information from Microsoft and third-party sources has shed quite a bit of light on the subject–it would appear that many of the layout problems that bedevil us in IE/Win are the result of an element not having hasLayout.
- array.push (if unsupported)
- array.shift (if unsupported)
- function.apply (if unsupported)
- inArray() [Port from PHP] Hunts for a value in the specified array
- isArray() [Port from PHP] verifies if something is an array
- ksort() [Port from PHP] sorts an array by key names
- addClass() appends the specified class to the object
- removeClass() removes the specified class to the object
- lastChildContainingText() finds the last block-level text-containing element within an object
This looks like a really cool game for iPhone.
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