The site's test location is here:
The requirement from the client was that the page be a
hybrid fixed/liquid layout in that it should not
shrink below 850px nor expand beyond 1024 pixels
(accept the header should expand 100%).
No problem for Safari and other standard compliant
browsers. But in IE it's a bit of a nightmare. I used
the width: expression() thing to control max-width for
IE. However, I can't get a width: expression() for
max-width to work with a width: expression() for
min-width. I've tried several hacks and nothing has
seemed to work. I have to show the client tomorrow
(which is why I'm up at 2:23 AM) and it doesn't look
like I'll have a solution figured out by then.
Please, if anyone has a suggestion let me know. Again,
this is an IE only problem. When you shrink the
browser window small enough the #content area drops
below the floated #promocol (right column).
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