I've been toying with CSS table-less layouts, specifically a 2 column layout that uses % widths and floats. It works very well. But the browser it works the worst in is IE (5.2, 6, Mac, PC). The behavior that I see is that if the content in my narrower left-column is too wide, the left-column content pops down to the bottom of the page. It also happens if the content in the wider right-column is too wide. Instead of scrolling horizontally like the other browsers do, the left column just pops down to the bottom. In other browsers, if the content is too wide, it just overflows the edges. I prefer this behavior. Since I notice this on both Windows and Macintosh, is this something IE just does? Or is there a way to fix it? Can you point me to a link?