I'm asking here on the list because if I have a CSS problem it's
usually beyond what other sources are able to help me with. This
seems to be where willing pro's are willing to dig into someone else's
code for free out of the kindness of their hearts and I appreciate it
This is an IE6 float problem. Works in everything else under the sun
(FF 2.x, IE7, Opera, Safari, etc.) but the floats don't sit side by
side in IE6. I assume this is some kind of auto-expand issue but
nothing I've tried has been able to fix it. I should have started
testing in IE6 much earlier.
Here's the URL:
It's supposed to be a simple-ish 2 (3 in some places) column layout.
The bug should be obvious in IE6... columns don't sit side by side.
It pushes the sidebar column down, and one of the sub-sidebar columns
as well. I would love a little help since I've killed almost a whole
day of work trying to debug this and I'm out of ideas.
I've tried various overflow:hidden solutions, as well as just lowering
widths by a pixel or two.
Thanks in advance for your eyeballs and help.
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