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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Chances are you're discovering that IE implements the CSS box model incorrectly. You can work around this using the voice-family hack [tantek.com]. I reccomend the Bad Hat [zeldman.com] book for more discussion...

    -Dom

    • If only! In this case it's a float bug. I have the DTD set correctly so IE6 should be using the correct box model, and at this stage I don't care about IE5's totally broken implementation.

      The man in the scary hat is a jolly clever chap, and I read his book while stuck in hospital last year - a very useful read indeed. I keep trying to get people to read it. I've not rad it yet, but Eric Meyer On CSS [ericmeyeroncss.com] may also be a goo read.

      My problem is that IE5 and IE6 do odd things with floats. Mozilla and Opera do wha

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      -- "It's not magic, it's work..."