On 7/4/06, Michael Landis [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> On 7/3/06, Richard Grevers [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> > I have been banging my head against one problem when
> > IE6 destroys the display:
> > Test case at http://www.dramatic.co.nz/wfsm/test2.html - valid html/css
> Hi, Richard,
> It looks like there are two triggers. The oddly-overflowing blue
> background can be contained in the correct column by adding "zoom:1"
> to your #outer rule, and the background is further contained in the
> right parts of that column by adding "zoom: 1" to your .maincolumn
> Typically I attack hasLayout issues by starting at the outermost
> container that looks like it isn't containing its contents like it
> should, then work my way in.
I am struggling with my conditional comments syntax. The MSDN
reference  does not give any examples of using comparison
If I use <!--[if lte IE 6]> as per some example sites, the styles are
But if I use <!--[if IE lte 6]>, the corrected styles are applied, but
for some reason IE (both 6 and 7) is displaying the conditional
comment code <!--[if IE lte 6]> <![endif]--> at the top of the page
See http://www.dramatic.co.nz/wfsm/test3.html for a demonstration.
Richard Grevers, New Plymouth, New Zealand
Hat 1: Development Engineer, Webfarm Ltd.
Hat 2: Dramatic Design www.dramatic.co.nz
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