Err... That's not my name... Thanks for the warm welcomes, non the less! My real name is Simonas. I'm sorry, but I'm migrating from one web host to the other and have no space to showcase the real example. I've created a jsFiddle with a similar case: http://jsfiddle.net/C8GSs/1/ The problem with this is that itrenders bad on IE7 or IE9 (the real example renders fine on IE7 and IE9). I suspect, that filter notation on IE8 is different from filter notation on both of IE7 and IE9. Furthermore, my usage of scale'ing probably goes against all best practices of HTML. I need a very fluid layout, if there are better ways to achieve this, I'm all ears. I'll post the real page, when I get the chance.
I'm scaleing a huge div with absolutely positioned content inside. The problem is, that Matrix transforms seem to work on every browser (FireFox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, IE7, IE9), but not on IE8. I looked at the source code, and it was generating this code for the filter on IE8: filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Matrix(M11=0.4091666666666667, M12=0, M21=0, M22=0.4091666666666667, Dx=0, Dy=0) ; I remember reading, that IE8 filters must be prefixed with the -ms- prefix. Maybe that is the case, transforms seem not to be working.