**ASIDE: The banner is in its own div. The image file names now
appropriately reflect their functions so no one gets confused. The vertical
line on the banner has been designed to align with the vertical line on the
background, which is in the body. Two separate elements. It was the only way
I could keep the page size down.
I got rid of all but one of the position: absolute. Looks great in IE/Mac
5.2.3 now--the right border of the content (middle) box is meeting the
horizontal line in the banner. But...
On the PC and on the Mac, *every other browser* except IE/Mac leaves a space
of approx. 5 to 30px, depending on the browser. I suppose I could live with
it; it's just upsetting my aesthetic sensibilities.
I will be eternally grateful to whoever can show me the light. Otherwise,
I'm going to live with the space, and so will everyone else.
I'm reading Eric's Definitive Guide as fast as I can (last I checked, I was
reading at around 750wpm for *non*technical stuff), but I have work to do,
and I'm freaking out just a little. The sites I need to work on are lining
up like the people at the Target checkstands right about now.
Who needs sleep? Who needs holiday festivities? Not me! I live to code and
Theresa Mesa, http://mesadesignhouse.com
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