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CommentAuthorkari.patila CommentTimeJun 26th 2006 permalink Could you provide a test page where the bug can be reproduced? css share|improve this question edited Aug 11 '11 at 13:09 meagar♦ 136k21203238 asked Oct 14 '10 at 13:14 lugte098 95421325 3 First, try posting the relevant bit of code. –meder Declaration dropped. Source File: .../editor/fckeditor.html?InstanceName=FCKeditor&Toolbar=Default Line: 0 The FCKeditor is contained inside one DIV block that has this style: width: 400px; display: none; position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; padding: 5px; z-index: 4; have a peek here

This is the error in firefox, IE just thows something generic. pos=$('#'+id).offset(); popup[id].x=(pos.left+pos.width)+3; popup[id].y=pos.top+1; Any quick recommendations on what to be looking for? Once you've got a good grasp on that, then you can dive into scripting... number plus unit). -- Martin Honnen http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/ Oct 10 '06 #2 P: n/a Tom That error message is given by Mozilla's CSS parser and essentially means that you/your stylesheet(s) give an

Error In Parsing Value For 'width'. Declaration Dropped

number plus unit). Even width and height, which I've actually managed to set for some other divs! The time now is 04:51 PM. Declaration dropped Hot Network Questions How to avoid star-trails Want to make things right, don't know with whom Recruiter wants me to take a loss upon hire Create new language version

The Dice Star Strikes Back What happens to articles when dealing with abbrevations? Ran tabview tests locally and produced no such warnings any more. Line: 00Getting IE and Firefox errors: Error in parsing value 'xxx'. Error In Parsing Value For Display Declaration Dropped Firefox Thanks.

more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Actually, "enforce" kind of sounds like it's going to go ahead and change the item's bounds, whereas it's just modifying its input... I'm getting the comment from the FireFox javascript console and for the line it says 0 so thats no use. New calling code: Code: Item name: