View Full Version : get IE6 to treat width like the rest

Feb 15th, 2007, 11:39 AM
I thought I'd sortened out all my blog's coding bugs, but apparently not. In ie6 (maybe firefox too, not sure though, please check), my blog's (http://www.croatiankid.com/blog/) right column goes under the left.
It's not a double-floated-margin, and I believe all my padding-width's are okay (otherwise it would be wrong in ie7 too, but ie7 is okay).
So please check in your firefox (if you have it) whether the column is running under too, that should help us so we know whether it's a standards problem or ie problem. My html and css validate (except an alt tag in html, which doesn't effect this).

so i figured out (thread in HTML section) that it's because of the image, IE6 expands the width, making it go under. I'm open to a javascript solution, if there is one.

Feb 15th, 2007, 07:29 PM
Just an idea - try giving "overflow:hidden" to the css for #right.

Feb 15th, 2007, 09:28 PM
that cuts off the image, which I wouldn't want. I've made a temporary solution (small chart, link to large one) until a javascript one is found (if there is one).