CSS layout workarounds for IE

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by super_kev, Jan 6, 2006.

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    Title explains it all.

    I just finished redesigning a website, and I really don't want to say to the majority of the users that their browser is an awful piece of code, even though it is. However, I haven't run into this problem before (this is the first CSS site I've built) and so I'm not sure where to start for IE-specific commands to align the right and bottom borders correctly. What irritates me most is that it's valid XHTML and CSS, and yet the IE 6 engine renders it like junk (which actually isn't suprising considering the problems it has). I found some sites talking about CSS layout problems with IE, and one of them mentions (simple) workarounds. The problem is, I don't think my layout is going to resemble a typical IE fix; it's more complicated.

    If it were a Mac oriented site, I wouldn't worry about it. But I need to cater to the general public, and asking them to download a new browser is not going to be a popular thing. I was going to post this on a web dev forum first, but I thought I'd give you guys a shot at it before I do. What would you do? Leave it as is, and tell people to use Firefox (until IE gets fixed) or tweak the living daylights out of it?

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