Stan Winchester wrote:
The simplest fix is to rewrite #outer and forget about that transparent
border. Also, add a stabilizer for IE/win.
Style it like this:
margin-left: 200px; /* replaces border */
position: relative; /* fixes jumps and overlapping of 2.column */
....and the problems should be gone since margins are always transparent
anyway, even in IE/win.
Adding 'position: relative' to #outer gives IE something to hold on to
when 'position: relative' is applied to the floating #column1 - all
relatively speaking in the very special MS-only language, of course :-)
No hacks needed, since other browsers are undisturbed by all this.
I think that's all...
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