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of dealing with browser differences in CSS? For instance in the following:
border:1px solid black;
In IE6 the DIV is positioned at 100,100 and the outside dimensions of the box are 100w x 100h. In
FireFox the DIV is also positioned at 100,100 but the outside dimension of the box is 102w x 102h.
What is the preferred method for adjusting for this difference so that both browsers have a DIV with
an outside dimension of 100w x 100h.
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