Can anybody help?
I am building a site and have a problem with content being shoved down underneath previous content. I'm guessing it's an issue relating to float but I'm a bit confused.
I had my col_mid div set to width 88%, which works in Firefox but in IE6 it kind of wraps underneath the col_left div.
If I set it to 80% it works fine.
I don't understand this as they are the only to width defining columns and, with the left being 10% and having (hopefully) ensured zero padding and margins, I thought 98% coverage of a containing div would be fine.
What's the best way to protect from this happening on other versions that I have not tested against? Should I change the overflow?
Any alternative approaches are welcome to this recently self-taught newbie CSS coder...
My page is here and the CSS is currently within the main html source (will separate later).
It may not be related but another question - can anyone see why I have the white space underneath the content? I cannot get rid of it...
Thanks in advance. A frustrated Buggslife.