Yes, I use a multi-IE setup on a Win2K server which I remote into from a
mac. I have IE5, IE5.5 and IE6 installed.
If IE6 is forced into quirks mode, wouldn't it then use the IE5 box
model? In which case it would would appear broken.
My observation was that FF and IE6 rendered the same... so given that
the assumption was IE6 rendered perfectly I assumed that FF was
rendering OK as well... (perhaps due to some changes made between
posting and my viewing the page).
The layout is broken in IE5, and (just now) IE5.5
Are there some known issues with a multiIE setup?
On 15/9/04 11:30 AM, Al Sparber wrote:
> From: "Terrence Wood" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> To: "CSS-D" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2004 6:37 PM
> Subject: Re: [css-d] css-d Rounded corners problem
>> I took a look at your site in FF and then for comparison in IE:
>> IE/PC 6 - looks the same as FF
>> IE/PC 5 - doesn't render due to box model
> Do you by chance have a "multiple IE" setup? On every test system in my
> office, IE6 is rendering perfectly - mainly because it has been forced
> into quirks mode. Your observations do not seem correct.
> Al Sparber
> "Designing with CSS is sometimes like barreling down a crumbling
> mountain road at 90 miles per hour secure in the knowledge that repairs
> are scheduled for next Tuesday".
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