The Internet Explorer box model bug refers to the way in which earlier versions of Internet Explorer handle the box model or sizing of elements in a web page, which differs from the standard way recommended by the W3C for the Cascading Style Sheets language. The only element to support padding in those early days was the table cell. I’ve found a strange problem with Internet Explorer related to table spacing and cannot find a way to work around it. I’ve run into the same issue where table borders inside the modal container are left as artifacts in IE7 (Compatibility Mode in IE8, using the HTML5 doctype.
IE10 box-shadow bug – not rendered on tables – by Wasting my life with Internet Explorer. When rendering a table with a box-shadow, it’s not rendered if border-collapse:collapse. Has a moment that the border table TD disappears and when I put the focus on table or resize the browser, the border show again. Can reproduce it on a fully patched Windows 7 x64 running Internet Explorer 10. Some table borders are missing while printing in IE10. Every piece of feedback we receive is important to us and helps us improve the quality of Internet Explorer.
I have a sample web page with a 2 column table that spans 2 or more pages when printed. I put a title spanning both columns and column headers into th. 11- Another float bug in IE 7 (CSS 1 Test Suite: 5.5.25b) we support the ‘float’ property, and pass the set of tests in the CSS1 test suite Chris Wilson, August 10th 2006. 20- Width of a table in border-collapse: collapse model must include half of the table border Internet Explorer 8 beta 1, Firefox 3, Seamonkey 2. Internet Explorer renders the border of the row that has all it’s cells hidden.
Ie10 Box-shadow Bug