[thelist] CSS Two Column Layout with Content above the header

Dan Eastwell danieleastwell at onetel.com
Wed Mar 9 03:13:51 CST 2005

Thanks BJ, but it's not the flash - I've looked at the site without the 
flash and replacing it with a blank gif - I get the same result..

Thanks all the same.

BJ wrote:

I don't have time to look in depth right now, but I did run your site 
through both validators.  It's VERY possible IE might be choking on how 
the flash ani is coded in.

Dan Eastwell wrote:

> I've put a test version at 
> http://test.danieleastwell.co.uk/playaway-weekends.htm , you can see 
> there's two columns, right and left floated in another div, which is 
> left floated against the right floated right hand column. All of this 
> is wrapped in a div and a top margin allows for the header to be 
> absolutely positioned above it. Perfect!
> ...Or so you might think, until you look in IE6. Fine in Firefox 1.1.
> BJ wrote:
>> It should be fairly easy if you absolutely position the #header 
>> container, then you can put a two column container under it with two 
>> columns within. 
> On Fri, 04 Mar 2005 16:29:17 +0000, Dan Eastwell
> <danieleastwell at onetel.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Everyone,
>>> I don't know whether I'm asking the impossible, but is there an elegant
>>> solution for making a two column layout with a header, but having the
>>> main content (right hand column) above the header content in the XHTML?

Daniel Eastwell


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