Thanks for the reply.
I ran the code through a HTML Tidy tool and placed it
up on the web at http://staging15.zynite.com.
Any help would be appreciated.
--- bj [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> >I am a newbie to css-d. I am trying to get a table
> >work with dynamic data and a fixed header.
> >I am having problems with IE6 when I resize the
> >The header row shifts to the right or left when
> >sized and does not bounce back when window is
> >up. (Hopefully that made sense).
> >I can't get the <thead> tag to stay put when the
> >window gets resized.
> Before we even begin to try to tell you what's going
> on with this, you need to validate your html code.
> The first thing it's going to tell you is that it
> doesn't validate to the doctype you specified. The
> code you wrote appears to be closer to html 4.0 than
> xhtml 1.0 strict ("Font" tags? UPPER CASE? "Center"
> tags? etc etc) The HTML Tidy tool should be helpful
> Before you post to the list it pays to have your
> code in good shape. Many problems are solved right
> there, by the validator, before you even post to
> this very busy list.
> It would also be nice if, instead of clogging up a
> very busy mailing list with reams of code, you
> simply uploaded your code and pointed at it with a
> valid url in your email.
> Get that page in shape and post back if you're still
> having problems. We'll be happy to help at that
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