DIVs stink for layout.
Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
Correction: IE stinks for layout. If IE would correctly support the bottom and right style rules, then using tables for anything other than, well, tables would be a thing of the past. (But heck, why improve a browser that's already "won" the browsers war? Isn't 'almost' good enough?)
I use CSS for layout whenever I can. On those occasions when IE bites me in the derriere, I usually use server-side browser detection to deliver a non-compliant but IE-safe version to IE.
Originally posted by Jeroen Wenting:
weird... IE is THE most compliant of all browsers out there... There are some quircks but not nearly as much as with the competition.
I guess it may be your understanding of the meaning of the classes rather than their implementation in IE that is at fault here.
weird... IE is THE most compliant of all browsers out there...
You sound like just another "It's Microsoft so it must be bad" kiddie.