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    For a new poster you are going the right way...

    For a new poster you are going the right way about getting a ban......

    As I explained above, absolute positioning takes the element out of the document flow. Once this happens, it can have NO...
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    The solution is to NOT use absolute positioning.

    The solution is to NOT use absolute positioning.
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    Huh? - you reply to a thread that is nearly 2...

    Huh? - you reply to a thread that is nearly 2 years old with your own question (short on details)?

    If "ap div" means an absolutely positioned div, then nothing will force a container to surround...
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    If you redo the stripe graphic so that the dark...

    If you redo the stripe graphic so that the dark stripe is halved and on each side so that the graphic is symmetrical, you can set the background horizontal position to center.
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    The default list indent is done with spacing on...

    The default list indent is done with spacing on the <ul> - left padding in FF and left margin in IE, therefore you first need to control BOTH of those. Rather than use list-style-image, I would use...
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    Which would explain the disgusting non-semantic...

    Which would explain the disgusting non-semantic code with many errors, and the poor accessibility - not much different to converting from Photoshop really..... :rolleyes:
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    Basically yes. The units don't have to be...

    Basically yes. The units don't have to be pixels, but it does need to be a specific value set with the height property. The value can be &#37; as long as the next parent up has a set height.
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    Short answer is "you can't"... A percentage...

    Short answer is "you can't"...

    A percentage height can only relate to the SET height of the parent - even though you have set the height of #content_box and #main to 100&#37;, the height of the...
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    Your #dasbar div at 478px wide, and the table at...

    Your #dasbar div at 478px wide, and the table at 479px wide, are wider than the container .leftCol div which is set to 466px wide. IE6 will not allow contents to overhang the container, but will...
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    The problem here is one of margin collapse, which...

    The problem here is one of margin collapse, which IE gets wrong. The top margin on the <p> is actually pulling the top of the inner div down by the height of the margin in FF, as it should according...
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    What version of IE? Is this IE6 and are you...

    What version of IE? Is this IE6 and are you using a pngfix for png transparency? - if so, no pngfix for IE6 will allow background position (or repeat).
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    This will work without putting extra stuff in the...

    This will work without putting extra stuff in the html :
    #pagecell {
    width: 700px;
    background-color:#FFFFFF;
    margin-top: 3px;
    border: 1px solid #000000;
    overflow: hidden;
    }
    The...
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    At the start of your html you have a comment -...

    At the start of your html you have a comment - this will drop IE into quirks mode. The doctype must be the FIRST thing on the page.
  14. ???? Not sure how that would solve your...

    ???? Not sure how that would solve your "problem"....

    A div will naturally expand with content. The 100&#37; height would just lock the div to the parent height if the parent height is defined,...
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    To make this more cross-browser friendly, don't...

    To make this more cross-browser friendly, don't use "auto" for the left positioning on hover (browsers have to guess the actual desired location then, and sometimes get it wrong) - use the <li> width...
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    Should also point out that the only thing that...

    Should also point out that the only thing that can be a direct child of a <ul> is an <li>, so the div is invalid where it is, and not needed anyway.

    If this is a menu system, then the submenus...
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    Relative positioning only causes an object to...

    Relative positioning only causes an object to display in a location offset to where it actually is, and does not affect the object's ability to interact with other objects - I would suggest that what...
  18. "height" is not a valid attribute of - if...

    "height" is not a valid attribute of <table> - if you are setting sizes in the css, remove the sizes from the html.
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    An absolute positioned element is positioned...

    An absolute positioned element is positioned relative to the nearest positioned parent (one that has positioning set to anything other than the default of static) - if you want the absolute...
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    IE is probably in quirks mode - make sure the...

    IE is probably in quirks mode - make sure the doctype is complete (includes the URI) and there is nothing that comes before the doctype (ie. doctype should be first thing on page).
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    Set a min-width of 1060px on your wrapper...

    Set a min-width of 1060px on your wrapper #ipbwrapper.
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    The submenus should be positioned absolutely,...

    The submenus should be positioned absolutely, relative to the parent that invokes the dropdown - the current relative positioning of the submenus will naturally push other content out of the way if...
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    With absolute position applied to #content-main,...

    With absolute position applied to #content-main, it will not force the size or position of anything, but simply overlay on top ...
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    404 not found error on your link..

    404 not found error on your link..
  25. Thread: CSS Anomaly!

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    Just briefly looking through your css, there are...

    Just briefly looking through your css, there are a few places where no units have been specified for sizes, and IE may allow this in quirks mode (who knows what IE does in quirks mode?), but not in...
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