[thelist] Iframe to CSS problem

VOLKAN ÖZÇELİK volkan.ozcelik at gmail.com
Wed May 4 23:35:18 CDT 2005


imho the layout is relatively easy to produce. Didn't try, but a top
layer as a header, a layer with float left as the image, a layer with
fixed height and scroll auto, and some "clear:both"s will do it.

I think you need some starting point:



On 5/4/05, Dominick Cancilla <cancilla.d at mellon.com> wrote:
> I'm a CSS layout newbie and am being driven slowly insane. What I want to do
> is make a simple page that works like this one:
> http://www.indianlarryprint.com/tribute/index.html
> But which uses CSS instead of tables and iFrames. I've tried modifying a
> number of online templates and creating a layout from scratch, but no matter
> what I do the layout breaks seriously in one or more current browsers (most
> spectacularly Firefox, for the most part).
> Can someone point me at a good starting place for resolving this kind of
> issue? Is it even possible to make a cross-browser compatible layout of this
> format without browser detection?
> Thanks for the help and wisdom.
> --Dominick
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