I will explain my problem with the sample seen on http://www.desina.at/desina2/sampleadmin/
The image of the swimming pool inside the editorarea is surrounded by <span class="clearfix"></span>
clearfix is a CSS class which clears the align (float) of the <img align="left" ...> tag. (For more information about clearing floats look at http://www.positioniseverything.net/easyclearing.html)
If you use Internet Explorer and try to select the image, the editorarea will scroll to the top of the text. - You cant select the image without loosing position of the carret and automaticly scrolling up. You even can't position the carret right here, with the mouse, without forcing the editorarea to scroll to the top. The second thing that happens is when you scroll down in the editorarea and then move the mouse to one of the toolbarbuttons the editorarea will scroll up again. - If you use Mozilla or FireFox these problems will not accure. If I exclude the <span class="clearfix"></span> which surrounds the image these problems also do not accure. - But i need this tag to display the image proper on the page where the content is displayed.
Does anybody have a clue how to fix this?
In order to see the difference between a editorarea containing the span class and editorarea not containing this class you can compare the editorarea on the top of the page http://www.desina.at/desina2/sampleadmin/ with the editorarea at the bottom of the page.