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Difference in rendering between IE and GroupBox firefox

asked 2010-08-25 08:20:40 +0800

andreasboos gravatar image andreasboos
103 2

Hi
The rendering component GroupBox is different when run in Firefox (3.6.4) compared to IE (8).

In IE the defined size is obeyed while in Firefox there is an increase in the width and height. Something around 35px.

I test this sample on site (http://www.zkoss.org/zksandbox/userguide - version 5.03) and did the same problem.

My version is ZK 5.0.4 EE FL 02/08/2010.

Another thing I noticed is that the distance from the left edge of the caption is also different between the two browsers. IE is very close to the left edge while in firefox is much more away from the edge. Note too the placement of the button that is inside the GroupBox, it also is in position different in two browsers.

groupbox.zul

<window width="300px" height="300px" id="test">
<groupbox width="200px" height="200px" id="grp" style="position:absolute;top:200px;left:200px;">
<caption>
caption value
</caption>
<button label="test" />
</groupbox>
</window>

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answered 2010-08-28 09:49:19 +0800

RyanWu gravatar image RyanWu
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the problem you mentioned is cause by the browser's implement of HTML tag <fieldset>

you can take a look the result of following code in IE / Firefox / Chrome

<window width="300px" height="300px" id="test">
	<html>
		<![CDATA[ <fieldset> <legend>Hello </legend> Line 1 <p> my name ryan </p>   </fieldset>
		]]>
	</html>
</window>

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answered 2010-08-30 07:15:48 +0800

andreasboos gravatar image andreasboos
103 2

Hi

Yes I had posted as a bug. But tommyeh told me to use the version "3d" in order to ensure GroupBox sizes in all browsers.

Thanks.

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