> -----Original Message----- > From: Jonathon Jongsma [mailto:jonathon at quotidian.org] > Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 11:47 AM > > perhaps somebody here can help me, because I can't figure out > what's wrong. I made a little "splash page" for my personal > site that's behaving really weirdly in IE6. There's a #main > div surrounding all of the content, then there's a heading > followed by a couple of floated divs. > > It displays fine in Mozilla, but in IE6, the first h1 on the > page doesn't show up for me when it loads or refreshes. it > just shows an empty space where the header should be. if I > try to highlight the area with the mouse, then the text shows > up, or if I scroll down and then scroll back up to the top, > the text shows up. but when it first loads, it acts like the > text is invisible. > > the page is here: http://www.quotidian.org/index.html > > Does anybody else see this behavior? and if so, do you have > any idea what might be causing it? (css file at http://www.quotidian.org/quot1.css) yes this is a known bug(i think.) i don't know what it's called, but i know (or at least i'm pretty sure) http://www.alistapart.com/ has an article on it. somewhere. but unfortunately i can't find it. try http://www.glish.com/ i think there is something there. sorry i couldn't be of more help! chris.