Re: [WSG] 3 column layout - centre column forced below side columns in IE at low resolution

2006-02-09 Thread Nick Cowie
I would of suggested wrapping a div with float: left around #sidebar_a and #content so when worse came to worse you forced #sidebar_b below the main content.However, that would require a major change in your source code. And seeing your are already using conditional comments to serve a .htc

[WSG] 3 column layout - centre column forced below side columns in IE at low resolution

2006-02-08 Thread Miles Tillinger
I recently launched an overhaul of the interface of www.education.gov.au. Its been a bit of a battle trying to get the client to sacrifice things for the sake of accessibility and standards-compliance, not to mention the state of the legacy content and CMS templates, battles still raging

Re: [WSG] 3 column layout - centre column forced below side columns in IE at low resolution

2006-02-08 Thread russ - maxdesign
What I'm looking for is suggestions of better columnar layout in which rather than the centre column dropping down, columns stay where they should and the browser's horizontal scrollbar appears instead. This problem is due to IE's rendering of content and containers. Other browsers honour