D. D. Brierton wrote:
> (The pages use conditional comments instead of hacks to give IE
> different CSS property values to workaround its issues.)
> The problem is to do with the border around the main page content (#page
> in the markup, which technically has a background image, not a border,
> but visually it looks like a border). In IE6/Win sometimes part of the
> "border" (and only part) is not rendered.
I still see a float drop, due to the italics. You should format them as
normal for a moment, otherwise we can't be sure what is interfering.
I can reproduce the gaps in the background "border" in IE6 while
shrinking and maximizing the window.
Giving #header a red background shows that the background is bleeding
into the next block, which is of course not correct.
So #header needs desperately "layout", since it has to carry floats and
positioned elements. Add zoom:1 for a test if it fixes it.
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