At 3:43 pm -0800 21/02/2003, Joe Parker wrote:
>Hi everyone. I'm having some trouble implementing a float on IE5/Mac.
>Here's my page: http://ironandbass.com/CSS
>Here's my code: http://ironandbass.com/3column.css
>The problem area is the middle column, where I'm trying to place much of
>the content in side-by-side pairs. I've used the following set up with
Works in IE5(mac) but only because I've excised a good deal of your
containing (and containing containing) divs, most of which aren't strictly
necessary and here only serve to confuse IE5(mac). But you do need to add
in extra divs between the headers if you want additional spacing above the
headers because IE5(mac)'s clearing of floats is a little flaky.
However, the bad news is that even if you do that, the layout *still*
doesn't cut the mustard in IE5(pc)
To be honest, I think you've got yourself in to a bit of a mess. I'd
recommend building it from scratch again and testing the various bits
separately and together as you go along - you're just too far down the road
here to try and figure out what's really going on - a kind of inversion of
the process described so ably by Big John in the css-d wiki.
 Sorry, not the tidiest of my efforts to help