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center col Table drops below left column content in IE

Sent by It on 28 March 2006 05:05


Your help to the below issue is appreciated

IT wrote:

Hello CSS Masters,

Forgive me for not being able to locate an answer to the this problem in
the archive or in Wiki help. The main problem is why does Table with
100% width inside a center column 2 drop below content of left column in
IE but not in Firefox? Here is the link
http://www.availcompany.com/webdev/webcode/css_test4.htm

Structure is a 3 floated left column centered liquid layout. The CSS
structural tree is as follows: -Body
-Mainwrap: has min and max width
-Threecolwrap: left float wraps all three columns and uses background
image to color left column. Using ,clearme class
-Twocolwrap: left float wraps left and center columns and uses
background image to color right column with negative right margin to
clear space for right col. -Columns 1(left), 2(center), 3(right) are
floated left inside  
-Footer: still requires <div style = "clear:both;"></div> to clear the
three columns.


Question 1: why does Table with 100% width inside a center column 2 drop
below content of left column in IE but not in Firefox? Question 2: why
is <div style = "clear:both;"></div> required above footer div markup
for footer to clear the three columns despite using "no-extra-markup"
clearing method .clearme class on the threecolwrap?

deano


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