~ BTW, IE incorrectly encloses floats even if there is no
~ cleared element within the enclosing element. Microsoft sure
~ wants to 'help' us, don't they? Adhering to the standards seems to be
~ way down the priority list. But they're big and powerful, so
~ they get away with it, only obeying the W3C specs when it
~ suits them, despite being a W3C member. But I digress...
Of course, the flip side of that is that many of the standards are
absolutely incomprehensible from a logical standpoint. Something inside
of something else isn't enclosed by it? That's weak. Not that I want my
hand held by MS, but the standards writers live in some unfathomable
universe where logic is about 63rd on the list of things considered.
Just my opinion, of course. But standards are a real slog to get adopted
when your average Jill or Joe cannot understand them to save their life.