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It doesn't seem to work in firefox (holding content, that is) or in IE... hm. Here's a screenshot of what I'm seeing; is that what you want it to do?

It is the same with IE. What's going on?
(22.05.2005, 05:45)

Steven, you are seeing exactly what I intended. This demonstration shows that it is possible to have the content of a div appear OUTSIDE of the div. I have used this principle on my percentage PLUS pixel widths and min-width for IE.
(22.05.2005, 08:57)

I see, sorry, I guess I misread the description. Thank you!
(26.05.2005, 17:47)

I see, sorry, I guess I misread the description. Thank you!
(26.05.2005, 17:47)

Incredible. You never cease to amaze!
(13.06.2005, 06:19)

i misunderstood the description and thought you had a messup too.. maybe you should try to clear that one up a bit.
(11.08.2005, 15:08)
Can I get the codes for this cool stuff.
(01.04.2006, 14:26)


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