I did a Mac check for you. In both Safari and Firefox the layout works fine
at a normal text size. Resizing the text to be larger for accessibility
resulted in some overlap between the text in header and content.
> Quick background: I developed a Website for a charity, starting in 1995,
> and it has grown over the years. Now it is well past due for a major
> update. Of course I want it to be a standards-compliant design. I've
> only gone "live" with two pages out of the hundreds: <http://xps.org/>
> and <http://xps.org/kudos.htm>. I stopped at this point because I wanted
> to settle on a three-column style that would work on all browsers down
> to Netscape 4.7. Since doing the above two pages, I've made changes to
> accomplish another objective: move the main content to the top of the
> html. This variation is at <http://xps.org/test3.htm>. CSS is:
> <http://xps.org/test_ns47.css> and <http://xps.org/test_modern.css>
> I've developed and tested using Firefox, and tested with IE4, 5, and 6,
> as well as Opera.
> I would appreciate a check from Mac users. Accessibility by all users on
> all platforms is very important to us.
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