Microsoft Dumbernet Explorer

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer program has never had good standards support. Not for CSS, at any rate. Now I find that the new version, IE7, has little better support than IE6, or even IE5. The cause? Badly written CSS parsers and just plain ignorance. Microsoft has had many opportunities to update IE with the new standards, but hasn’t. IE7 was years in the making, and its support is almost worse than IE6.A new website I am developing works perfectly in Mozilla Firefox versions 1.5 and 2.0, but breaks something horrible in IE 6 and 7. The code, validated by the W3C,…

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CSS Help

OK, it’s early in this blog’s history to be doing this, but I need a fix for another of my websites. I’m redeveloping a site in my free time. The old version was framed, but I’m unframing it for search engine visibility.And now for the question: Does anyone know of an easy-to-use, CSS-only method of creating a website layout with two columns (one nav and one content)? Please post answers to this question in the comments to this post if you have an idea. Thanks! I’ll post on this blog when the new site is up and running.

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