> So, if you'll write /complete/ doctypes, of the type currently recommended
> by the W3C for HTML4.01 or XHTML1.0, and if you'll heed the information
> regarding the xml declaration or other things preceding the doctype, then
> IE6 will render in "standards-compliant" mode, at least as far as the Box
> Model [3,4] is concerned.
One thing I've found useful on many occasions is to create a bookmarklet
(or favelet, if you prefer) with the following code as the URL:
and stick it on my Links toolbar. Whatever site you're on, click the link
and it will display "BackCompat" for quirks mode, and "CSS1Compat" if the
This also works in Firefox (but probably not in Opera).
List wiki/FAQ -- http://css-discuss.incutio.com/
Supported by evolt.org -- http://www.evolt.org/help_support_evolt/