On 11/04/2006, at 2:56 AM, ~davidLaakso wrote:
> Jonathan Mao wrote:
>> Hi all
>> I hate to trouble for something that has no doubt been covered...
>> I'm having trouble with the display of the footer when viewed with
>> IE 6 / Win
>> The layout should look like this:
>> Any suggestions would be really appreciated...
> Sorry, Jonno, I can't view it in IE right now, but it's not doing
> well in Linux-- with FF(the content slides under the footer on
> zoom), and Opera shows the footer someplace other than where you
> intend. Deleting the ap on the footer helps FF, but then the right
> col drops on zoom; and it does not help Opera at all. Personally, I
> think I'd start with a structured layout that does /not/ use ap, or
> heights set on anything, including the html declaration. Get that
> much working cross browser with zoom, first-- then play around with
> the 100% height stuff(if you must). BTW, unless you trim to less
> than 776 width, you'll get a h-scrollbar at 800 with any fixed
> width layout. FWIW, this layout<http://dlaakso.com/sandbox/2c.html>
> should work cross-browser. You might just plug your stuff in and
> try it?
> PS Others on the list may have a simple solution to the problem you
> Typography exists to honor content. --Robert Bringhurst
I'm considering your suggestion.
Interestingly, it renders perfectly with Safari.
The 100% height stuff is a real bug-bear, I'm not committed to the
idea, but would like to try it a bit more before I give up.
Thanks again for the feedback. I'll have a think about the options.
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