STUDIO-53: Fixed some UI issues on the archive pages. #48

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OK, should be good to go. Let me know.

fluid-project member

@abledaccess I looked this over with @cindyli again today. Thanks, it looks good. You seemed to have fixed those issues. However, we did notice that you've introduced at least one new !important. Could you re-examine all the cases where you've used !important to see if they are really necessary. It would be preferable to minimize there occurrences.

abledaccess added some commits Jun 27, 2012
@abledaccess abledaccess STUDIO-53: Removed an !important from the login button that appeared …
…to be doing nothing in the IE8 styles and resolved a slight shift in that same button on the archive pages also in IE8.
@abledaccess abledaccess STUDIO-53: The original issue I needed the !important for in that I r…
…emoved in my last fix seems to have persisted so I resolved it though specificity rather than use an !important.
fluid-project member

@abledaccess thanks for all the changes. 2 more issues came up in our latest round of testing. 1) this is similar to something you've fixed before. The bullets for the ToC on the single pages, when a contrast theme is applied, is on the wrong line. Bottom instead of top, when the text wraps. 2) The text for the "Show Preferences" button is too long for it's container when the "Verdana" font is selected. Only in IE 7.

abledaccess added some commits Jun 28, 2012
@abledaccess abledaccess STUDIO-53: Fixed a width issue with the show preferences button in IE…
…7 and a ToC list button issue on single pages in the individual UIO colour themes.
@abledaccess abledaccess STUDIO-53: addressed the single page link behaviour to target more sp…
…ecific areas on the page so linked images receive focus all the way around the images in Webkit.
@cindyli cindyli merged commit 79243af into fluid-project:development Jun 28, 2012
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