IE treats width as min-width. So all you have to do is feed IE a width,
and everything else a min-width.
Ian Skinner wrote:
>Is there anyway to force a min-width in IE without any content?
>I am building a fluid design with a pair of elements one layered to the left and one layered to the
right. In browsers that support min-width, I can keep these elements from crashing on top of each
other when the browser in narrowed too much.
>Of course this does not work in win IE browsers. I tried using an image to force the width, but
since the content in question is layered, it just flowed over the image and still clashed when
browser narrowed enough.
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