--- sturley [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> > I am trying to force my header, (id=²banner²), to extend
> > all the way to the right edge of the window.
> I have had the same problems with making a division:absolute
> span the entire width, using 100% works but it will add your
> margins to it making it too wide. I am somewhat new but the
> only thing I have been able to do, is to remove the absolute
> position and use margins to position it instead.
This is another frustrating IE bug. That browser will not
honor the 'right' property unless the element contains at
least one line or other content long enough to stretch the
box out to its intended 'right' position. (haccck--ptooie!)
I feel another demo coming on! :]
Sturley is correct; use body margins rather than 'left and
'right' to margin that, and the other boxes, and drop the
'position:absolute' and 100% width.
Big John== <http://users.rraz.net/mc_on_the_rocks/>
Floating in my element.
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