Thank you Big John; issues 2. and 3. are now solved! But problem 1. (text
overflowing into the footer) is still bothering me. I should have mentioned
that it is an 'intermittent' problem...it doesn't always happen, but
typically it does. I think I've seen it happen in all three versions of IE:
5.0, 5.5, 6.0. Anyone know how to fix this?
I have a screenshot, http://scotthaefner.com/ie6.gif showing the problem.
> Scott Haefner wrote:
>> This is my first msg. after lurking for a month or so.
>> http://scotthaefner.com/components/normal.css (linked - NN4)
>> http://scotthaefner.com/components/screen.css (imported from normal.css -
>> compliant browsers)
>> 1. content text 'overflows' into the footer.
> That doesn't happen in IE5.5/win, so I can't help there.
>> 2. I have a grey border specified to draw around all 4 sides of the Fedex
>> address blocks, but it's not being rendered along the top edge.
> An IE border bug. It's triggered by making that element 'relative'.
> Since there seems no reason to do that, try removing it.
>> 3. the textsize block is being rendered at the bottom of the page even
>> though it's contained within a relative-positioned block in the header. On
>> IE 5.2 OSX, it renders above the viewport.
> It's due to using 'bottom' to position it. You need to assign
> a 'width' to the container to make it work in IE. See this demo: