Darrel -- Thanks for this. In spite of the failed attempt at finding
the impossible IE holy grail, it is a great resource to have all of
these links in one table, even on a CSS listserv. I suspect your use
of table is the appropriate one.
> Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 15:26:21 -0500
> From: "Austin, Darrel" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> Subject: [css-d] Tables it is! (no luck finding a 3-column layout that
> works in IE...)
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> Well, I've looked through the exhaustive list of 3 column layouts that
> the Wiki crew has so remarkably maintained:
> Alas, I couldn't find a single layout that prevented the IE/PC problem
> where if one of the columns has content too wide, it drops one or more
> of the other divs down the page.
> It looks like I'm just going to have to use a 3-column table to handle
> this...at least for IE (maybe I'll work in some conditional IE
> so only IE folks have the table).
> I thought I'd post one more time in case someone wanted to try to talk
> me out of it. ;o)
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