David Newton wrote:The best place to start is with a reset CSS (I've used Yahoo's, but there are many others) and build the rest of the CSS up from that.
There are lots of IE workarounds (especially IE6, at least in my experience). I try to let other people solve those types of problems--and the web is full of people who have.
Eric Pascarello wrote:Make sure to put your browser in compliance mode by adding a doctype to the top of your html pages. You should install the web developer toolbar to figure out what is going on with IE's CSS. You should validate your HTML markup. You should remove styles and add them one by one and see what is not being applied.