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ok im new to css, but im familiar with the fact that ie5 and ie6(quirks mode) interpret the box model differently than netscape or mozilla. however, i've read in several places that ie6(strict) interprets the model identical to netscape and mozilla, and this has aided me. however, are there any differences in how collapsing margins behave in ie6(strict) and netscape? i've been working on a site for a while now, and it seems that there is a difference here. has anyone heard of this ?

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ie6(strict) and netscape different collapsing margins?

Hi kallywag,
It would be a good idea to check out Position is Everything they have some good articles on fixing browser differences.

Hope that helps