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Old problem, new form.... this looks great in Firefox 2.0, but not in IE. It validates, I've checked it in FFWebDeveloper, and played around with the #frame size and column sizes, but I'm still stuck.

Any insights would be appreciated.

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Most likely IE's double

Most likely IE's double margin bug which affects adjacent floats. Adding display: inline to the floats usually sorts it.

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yup

Awesome, that did it. Thanks so much, T..

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wondering how you keep track of all these IE bugs and hacks

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malinchista wrote:Awesome,

malinchista wrote:
Awesome, that did it. Thanks so much, T..

s.,
wondering how you keep track of all these IE bugs and hacks

By experiencing them first hand, finding a solution, then remembering the solution when people have a similar problem Laughing out loud

Most solutions for IE's bugs can be found at http://www.positioniseverything.net

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