We've found a really strange issue with some CSS layout when serving a page 
with XHTML 1.0 Transitional vs. XHTML 1.1 (or XHTML 1.0 Strict), in Firefox 3, 
Safari & IE8. The exact same behaviour is seen using the HTML 4.01 versions of 
the doctypes too.

>From what I've read<http://hsivonen.iki.fi/doctype/>, the transitional 
>doctypes will force these browsers into "almost 
> mode, but that should only effect the calculation of the height of table 
>cells that contain just images, which is not the case here (all CSS layout).

It only affects a few elements on the page (see links below) and is driving us 
mental.  We need to serve this page as transitional as it uses a 3rd party 
service that requires an <iframe>. Anybody ever come across anything like this?

Served with strict doctype 
Served with transitional doctype 
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