Button states in Firefox 3

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  1. -DJ-
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    Posted 10 Jul 2008 Link to this post


    have you noticed that the hover and clicked states in Firefox 3 aren't displayed unless you have the mouse cursor at the right end of the button?

    You can for example see it in action here: http://www.telerik.com/DEMOS/ASPNET/Prometheus/FormDecorator/Examples/Skinning/DefaultCS.aspx

    Just select a skin like Vista, that has different images for all states.

  2. Answer
    Georgi Tunev
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    Posted 11 Jul 2008 Link to this post

    Hello -DJ-,

    Thank you for bringing this problem to our attention - I logged it in our database and we will do our best to have it fixed for the Q2 release.

    Your points were updated.

    Kind regards,
    Georgi Tunev
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  4. John
    John avatar
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    Dec 2007

    Posted 02 Oct 2008 Link to this post

    Has this been fixed yet or is there a workaround?

  5. Martin
    Martin avatar
    585 posts

    Posted 03 Oct 2008 Link to this post

    Hi John,

    Unfortunately, the release of FireFox 3 came with a lot of CSS and JavaScript bugs, which they are currently fixing. The issue with the hover state of the decorated buttons is the result of a CSS bug, however, I found a fix. Add the following CSS in the head section of your webpage, or n your external stylesheet. The details of the bugfix are commented in the code:

    /* Gecko, Opera, WebKit */
    a.radfdSkinnedFormButton span
     position: relative !important;
     z-index: 1 !important;
    /* IE7 fix */
    *+html a.radfdSkinnedFormButton span
     position: static !important;
     z-index: 1 !important;

    * IE6 */
    * html a.radfdSkinnedFormButton span
     position: static !important;
     z-index: 1 !important;

    However, I need to make some tests before including this in the assembly, because there are scenarios in which relative positioning delivers side problems.

    Have a great weekend,
    Martin Ivanov
    the Telerik team

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