First of all: I tried searching for any threads that might already have mentionned this funny bug, but when I put "+div +width" as search terms, the board only returned threads with "width" in them (??).
So apologies if this has been discussed upon before (please send me to the appropriate thread )
Second: this only concerns Internet Explorer (7 in my case), Firefox (2) is fine, as was expected.
When I put my content in a DIV with a WIDTH like:
<div style="width:700px;">some content</div>
IE forces me to double click to be able to edit "some content".
Another funny thing which is probably related (I ain't no JS expert though):
When I put my image in a DIV with a WIDTH, select it, right mouse click to have the context menu appear and choose "image properties", in IE all fields in the popup dialog are empty. In FF it gives me the right properties for the selected images.
If I remove the WIDTH property from the DIV, all works fine.
Experience 1 is annoying, but acceptable. Experience 2 is just a pain, cause my customer cannot change the images on his own. And no, folks, I cannot just bluntly tell him to use FF, cuz IE sucks....