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I have three pages that need checking. The one I am must unsire of is this one:
http://mytest.com.85.seekdotnet.com/sitepoint.html
The width of the leftnav is set to 16 em and floats left, and contents width is 100% and floats right. Footer stays inside wrapper.

The markup and css is cleaner in the forst one then in these pages.
http://mytest.com.85.seekdotnet.com/2col.html
http://mytest.com.85.seekdotnet.com/longleft.html

How does these site look now in other browsers then IE6 and FF 1.5?
Is there any glitches I should know about?
Any errors that might prevent the layout to be shown in certain browsers?

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Of the three, it seems like

Of the three, it seems like the one you're most concerned about, sitepoint.html, is the only one that actually works. Just out of interest, why are you asking for help on this here instead of at Sitepoint as you've obviously got help from all4nerds in the first place?

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I didn't realise you were

Smile I didn't realise you were seeking help from sitepoint as well.

all4nerds advice is good, as we kept remarking the fixed width nav element was never going to work in a fluid layout.

Careful about cross posting to forums though.

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Tyssen wrote:Of the three,

Tyssen wrote:
Of the three, it seems like the one you're most concerned about, sitepoint.html, is the only one that actually works. Just out of interest, why are you asking for help on this here instead of at Sitepoint as you've obviously got help from all4nerds in the first place?

New at sitepoint, and I could not find any dedicated sitecheck forum, thats all. And here at csscreator, I have always got good help, and learned from browsing the various forums.

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Careful about cross posting to forums though.

Was not my intentions, but unfortunatly this forum has been slow, as in pageload/login lately, and I have had trouble both posting and checking my posts here. But I will keep this in mind for future referances.