Information: A Web age may not be displayed correctly when you use the zoom feature in IE7
When you use the zoom feature in Windows Internet Explorer 7 to zoom in or to zoom out on a specific Web page, the Web page may not be displayed correctly.
For example, you may experience one or more of the following symptoms:
- On the Web page, there is an image between text strings and an input object, such as a button or a text box. When you zoom in or zoom out on the Web page, the text strings may be truncated, or they may not be displayed. This problem occurs because the input object overlaps the text strings.
- On the Web page that you are viewing, there is a text string or a table that has a border. When you zoom in or zoom out on the Web page, the border may not be displayed.
- The Web page contains content that uses the "DISPLAY:block;VERTICAL-ALIGN:bottom;" parameters. For example, the Web page contains the style for an "A" tag. When you zoom in or zoom out on the Web page, there may be an extra hyphen (-) that is displayed after the strings or after the images. To verify the decoration of an "A" tag, click View Source on the Tools menu.
- When you put the focus on a link object on the Web page, and then you move the focus to another link object, the focus position may not be on the display position of the link object.
- You cannot zoom in or zoom out on any part of the Web page that is drawn by an ActiveX control.