If you click on "Full width" near the top of this page the main
content div expands to the right and the right-hand div and photo
It does this by switching to a style sheet where this is specified:
<!-- main content div -->
margin: 0px 0px 20px 170px;
<!-- photo in top right hand corner -->
<!-- right hand div containing news, funstuff, etc -->
If you then click on "Default", it switches back to the default style
sheet - the main content div returns to it's default width, and the
image and right-hand div become visible again.
This works fine with IE6 and (if I recall, NS6, but not Opera)
however, I've found that NS7 (Netscape/7.0b1) refuses to return the
state of the photo and right-hand div to 'visible'.
Any ideas why? Do I need to state in the default style sheet that
those two divs are 'display: block' or similar? Is it not enough just
to remove the 'display: none'?
I don't currently have access to the site to test this.
Many thanks - dunstan
p.s. could you cc me please? thankyou.