Ticket #4623 (closed bug: fixed)
CSS: ui-helper-hidden-accessible affects page layout
|Reported by:||kbwood||Owned by:|
Ticket #4423 highlighted a problem with the ui-helper-hidden-accessible class and its application to the datepicker in pages with the body styled with direction: rtl. I can only reproduce this in IE7. The problem is the ui-helper-hidden-accessible class initially applied to the popup datepicker division. This positions it very far to the left, which effectively increases the page width and causes the location of the input field (jQuery.offset()) to be read as very far to the right. The datepicker is then shown at that position, i.e. off the screen. Thereafter the positioning undoes the initial setting and the datepicker shows normally. This needs to be fixed in the ThemeRoller core CSS. Rather than positioning to the left it could position above the page and not affect the horizontal rendering.
- Summary changed from ui-helper-hidden-accessible problems in right-to-left pages in IE7 to CSS: ui-helper-hidden-accessible affects page layout
- Status changed from new to closed
- Resolution set to fixed