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IE8 BUG - CSS zoom - <map> <area> no rendered at correct scale / p

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Old 03-11-2010
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IE8 BUG - CSS zoom - <map> <area> no rendered at correct scale / p
Open a page with an image and a map with areas. Use the Developer tools to
add the css style="zoom:50%". Higlight a map area tag in the tool and you
will see that the areas are not in the correct position or the correct size.



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Old 03-11-2010
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Re: IE8 BUG - CSS zoom - <map> <area> no rendered at correct scale / p
Hi,

answered here.... apply the zoom rule to the html and body tags on validated
pages.

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/For...3-a9345a7e1718

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