--- Gunlaug Sørtun [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> IE6 does *not* treat 'width' as proper 'min-width',
> so a CSS based
> workaround is a bit more complicated...
> ...or an expression can be used...
Since this is the case, then I must be using
unnecessary code in a website I'm working on. I have
my site set up as divs that are laid out like rows as
opposed to columns. Each div being a wrapper for the
content contained within. I wrapped the floated
content within these divs in another div called
container, which I set to a specific width while the
wrapper divs are set to 100%. I also gave each of the
wrapper divs and the container div a min-width of the
specific width I wanted: 1006px to keep it from
stretching because I wanted the flowers (graphic) that
are floating right of the content to stop at that
location in the browser window. The page is working
across all the browsers I test for including IE 6 but
I guess for reasons other than the min-width specified
in the CSS? Can someone explain why it's working and
basically if I just need to scrap the min-width
properties I have in the CSS as it seems to me based
on this discussion that it's unnecessary? My guess is
that the reason it's working is because the container
I have my content in is set to a specified width?
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