We have a display issue with the sitefinity site treeview. It is only manifest in IE6. It can be seen at:
Essentially, when you expand a node of the treeview, if the text of the subnodes exceeds a certain limit, it shunts everything in the central area of the site to the right. If you collapse the node, everything returns to normal, including the content of the right hand column, that shunts back up to the top of the right hand column. This issue is only manifest in IE 6.
As a result, my strategy to fix this is as follows:
Go into the template that holds the site treeview.
Edit the site treeview, but setting the EnableEmbeddedBaseStylesheet property to false and assign it a new stylesheet.
As I only want to edit the behaviour for IE6, I will get the embedded stylesheet for the menu (by using Inspect Element in Google Chrome, for example) and edit that.
My questions are as follows:
1. Will this strategy work? For example, much of the behaviour could be set in the default skin, that I can't access that easily if it is an embedded resource.
2. What rules do I need to edit in the stylesheet?
I can't believe I am the first person to have this problem, so living in hope that help will be forthcoming.