This is a site on which I am currently working with friends: http://www.mondaynightcrew.com/
This is a quick link to my stylesheet: http://www.mondaynightcrew.com/css/mncstyles.css
It displays almost exactly the way that I want it to display in Firefox, but some typical problems are showing up in Internet Explorer 6 and 7. I'd like to position the right skyscraper ad to the right of the content, overlapping the borders for both the "content" and "contentholder" divs. My FF solution doesn't work for IE. I'm also having positioning issues with the header, which I will unify and change to an image map and hopefully solve that issue. Finally, the "content" borders do not line up correctly with the "contentholder" borders.
Again, all of these issues are moot for FF (and a couple other browsers), but very distracting in IE. My Safari issue crops up under the "Comics" page, as the browser-drawn blue for the "content" div doesn't exactly match the jpg images blue for the comic and comic navigation buttons, despite being the same hex value. Should I recut the images and not flatten them? Does that even matter? Thanks in advance!