aligning with css

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I've been struggeling with some aligning with css. Ofcourse
it would be relatively easy if al browser were "the same".
Now take a look at this site if you like
As you can see it's just for testing. Is this the good way to
align some title, text, and navbar or are there beter? The
navbar and intro are behaving strange if I resize the browser.
Just some tips to do some good aligning are also welcome. How
do you guys work around the fact that IE interpretes some
things really weird?


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What about floats, is that a good solution?

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If you were to take IE out of quirks mode, your test.html would view in IE
similar to Opera and Mozilla.

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
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<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">

From your example I see no reason not to use

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BootNic   Tuesday, July 18, 2006 6:38 PM

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Re: aligning with css

BootNic schrieb:
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In IE 6. The older versions still view it falsely. /They/ do not have
any QUIRKS-mode which can be switched off, it's default to view it
wrong. The QUIRKS-mode was invented because IE 6 *can* view it right, so
all pages which offered workarounds for IE were interpreted *wrong* (or
at least not the way IE was supposed to interpret and view them).
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