Hello every one I am new here,
glad to join the forums :)
I used CSS and html for some time now but I never had the time to really dive in to it ,
lately I am trying harder…
I am renewing my site at the moment since the current version is heavy clumsy and well.. buggy!
However I have a major issue with the div’s in IE6, for some reason the div’s background color won’t show and extend itself
if there is nothing in it, only under some text or other elements.
FF show this page exactly how I want it to the pixel.
Best if you look at the link in FF and IE6 and you will understand what I mean:
please note that this is a simplified page I made to try and rule out the root of the problem,
but the page is exactly the same as the source minus some content and less menu items.
Ho, and the most important thing for me here is how it works in FF,
if you change the size of the browser the #content div is keeping the same space of 10px from all direction
except the top which is 50px. I am trying to achieve this effect in IE6 as well.
I just can’t get it to look the same in IE6. I looked at this post:
but this did not help my problem (I am not even sure if it’s the same problem)
I validated my code, I have 4 errors, but as far as I understand, (which is not much :0)
it’s because I tried to avoid the <li> IE6 phantom spaces by braking the end of the </li> tags.
here is the link to the w3c validator result:
I looked in google and found nothing that solved my problem, I am lost.
I will appreciate any help and comment from wiser people.
p.s. please also forgive any English grammar mistakes i make.