Amazing...thank you, David. I've incorporated what you've stated below and
it's works wonderfully!
On Jan 14, 2008 3:18 PM, David Hucklesby [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Jan 2008 13:19:40 -0600, Lori Putman wrote:
> > I am not very knowledgeable in css but I attempted to create a website
> using it. It
> > displays fine in FF and IE7, but it doesn't display correctly in IE6. I
> know it
> > probably has to do with the padding and so forth but I'm really clueless
> how to resolve
> > the issue. Any help would be greatly
> > is where I have the site in development.
> If you are talking about the center panel being offset to the right in IE
> it is due to that browser's "doubled margin on floats" bug. Add this to
> the rule for .content-wrapper to correct it -
> display: inline;
> You may also like to change the font-size declaration on "body" from
> "font-size: 1em;" to "font-size: 100%;" to avoid another bug in that
> browser - the "extreme font sizing bug". Also note that the text overlaps
> itself when text size is increased in IE, due to the line-height being
> in pixels. A unit-less value for line-height may work better.
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