New CSS 'frames' layout (doesn't work in IE):
In Mozilla the above CSS 'frames' layout is mostly working, save that I can't figure out a way to hide the text above the header and below the footer. Is that at all doable with this layout?
In IE, however, the header, footer and sidecolumns are all over the place. I have another CSS 'frames' layout (see the links below), which does work in IE, and part of the problem with the new layout seems to be that IE really doesn't like having left and right values specified for the header and footer. However, without those, I don't know how to make sure that they start and stop 10px away from the edge. Any workarounds for that available?
Old CSS 'frames' layout (does work in IE):
Edited to add: Fixed the hack for IE in ASoWS-Frames-IE.css, so now the text is precisely where it should be. Also clarified the problem description some.