[Chameleon] Hawaii Application

Paul Spencer
Thu, 11 Sep 2003 12:36:24 -0400

thanks for pointing that out.  This highlights an interesting problem.  
The map image is a DHTML layer that is positioned as the page loads.  It 
can be repositioned, but we don't (I don't even know if we can) trap 
page resizes ... in NS/Mozilla, they reload the page on a resize.  IE 

The issue can be resolved with template design, I believe.  In this 
case, the page could be kept at a fixed position from the left of the page.

I *think* another option that could be used in pages that want to center 
themselves would be to connect to the window resize event (from 
you can see the onresize event properties) using something like:

<script language="JavaScript">
window.onresize = myresizehandler;

function myresizehandler()

(note: not tested, should test for browser version etc first)

I may consider looking into repositioning the map image on a resize 
event in IE as well, I'll add an enhancement bug for that.


Paul wrote:

>Nice jobs guys. I am using IE 6.0.2... and noticed some strange 
>behavior. If I widen the browser window enough the map image dis-
>associates from the rest of the page. IE as the page layout widens 
>you get to a point where the text is centered on the page is dragged 
>to the right but the image is not.
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Paul Spencer
Applications and Software Development
DM Solutions Group Inc.

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