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CSS support across browser types

By bgallery ·
Dipping my toes in the css waters on a project I am doing and running into a few problems with Netscape 7.0 and Opera. Where my page layout looks fine in IE 6 it is rather askew in the other browsers. See for yourself -

A little help....anyone out there on a Sat? To view the style sheet try here -

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Somewhat resolved

by bgallery In reply to CSS support across browse ...

OK -- the alignment was corrected with some float tweaks -- actually making both columns float left worked out well. The only issue I wrestle with now is netscape is forcing me to define a column height -- frustrating. Any suggestions out there??

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Checked The Site

by ferdfrog In reply to Somewhat resolved

I reviewed the page with IE 6, Opera 7 and Mozilla Firefox at 1152x864 and they all look practically identical.

Nice work :)

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And now....Mac

by bgallery In reply to Checked The Site

OK -- now I am experiencing and issue with getting my
background image to tile within Mac IE and Safari....any

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by bgallery In reply to And now....Mac

In reading through my posts I realized I have not provided enough context. The page I am working on works fine in Win IE6 and Opera. The background of the "shell" -- or slate box in the middle -- dose not load entirely on Win NS or any Mac browser unless I define a height value. My hope is not to assign a fixed height value and to let this "shell" expand to fit the length of the text field. Here is are examples:

with a height defined (html) -

with a height defined (css) -

with no height defined (html) -

with no height defined (css)

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