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rocketscience
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is not bad, but I am having a wierd problem with it not observing table widths defined by CSS. It also not floating things properly. Example:

#columns { width: 896px !important; height: 400px; }
#columns td { border-right: 1px solid #D4D4D4; padding: 1px; }

<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" id="columns">
<tr>
<td>
<div id="team">
<a href="#" class="on"><img src="images/temp/team_bruce.gif" width="34" height="34" border="0">
Bruce Livingstone<br>
President</a>
</div>
</td>
</tr>
</table>

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IE on the Mac

Have no idea of Macs

Have you tried removing "!import".

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tomL
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Re: IE on the Mac

Regarding the float problem in IE5.x mac you must specify a width on floated elements, otherwise their width is set equal to that of the parent container. When elements should float side by side in a container they will therefore be stacked up on top of each other. Vexing but easy to fix, just add a width (in ems of course).