Excellent! That worked.
Thanks a lot Michael.
> Hi, J,
> It looks like the 3-pixel jog bug is impacting your floating nav and
> pushing into the space allotted for your image. The image can't compact the
> way text does, so it gets bumped down.
> It seems you attempted to circumvent that by making the navigation 1% high
> with overflow visible, but unfortunately IE PC does not acknowledge this
> and stretches the height of the box to fit the content.
> Your design is very tight, in terms of paddings, margins, and widths, so I
> couldn't find a lot of ways to deal with this. I ended up changing the
> height and left and right margins on #pageBody in the IE CSS sheet:
> /* commented backslash hack v2 \*/
> height: 1%;
> /* end hack */
> margin-right: -3px;
> margin-left: 159px;
> The height is for the Holly hack to force the entire page body to accept
> the three pixel jog all the way down the page, removing any appearance of a
> jog where the left navigation ends. The negative right margin removes 3px
> of width to the page column, making space for the 3-pixel jog to push
> everything right. This lets the content area remain as big as it needs to
> be. The left margin is 3px less than the normal stylesheet's margin, to
> bring the content area back where it should be.
>  http://www.positioniseverything.net/explorer/threepxtest.html
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