Blog in question is here: http://gunsofbrixton.wordpress.com
CSS was edited/previewed in Opera 9.X, looked great. In Firefox it loses font colour in sidebar widgets as well as increases character spacing in posts, but that is ok. IE6 had its uglifications, but function was not impaired. There are a wide variety of small aesthetic differences between the browsers that I would eventually like to deal with, but for now I am concerned with correcting, if possible, the following two issues as seen in IE:
1) In both IE6 and IE7, around the rss and sitemeter icons in the sidebar is a glowing blue border. Any way to eliminate that?
2) I installed IE7 tonight and now see an obtrusive problem:
The footer/theme credits ("Theme: Emire by Phu" etc), which fixedly spans the length of the screen in Opera and FF, is hanging out on the right half of the screen in IE7. Especially as you scroll down can you see how this interferes with reading posts. Hopefully this is the correct part of the code to show potential helpers:
border-top:1px solid #4F5158;
with position:fixed and width:100%, I really don't know what else to do here to position the footer correctly in IE.
fwiw, unaltered stylesheet is same as above except:
which seemed at the time I changed those values to 0 to only affect the height of the footer.
Answers, ideas, anything else helpful about Emire very much appreciated! Not a whole lot about this one turns up in a forum search, if I am searching correctly, that is.