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Bruno:-
Hi, I just did it. I put the menu div below the header div, like I had already tried before, but had to do some CSS hacking, 'cause IE had a bug in the footer div.

It is now perfect! Thanks!
(23.05.2007, 14:35)

KKL:-
Hi Stu,

Your www.cssplay.co.uk/layouts/fixit.html seems ideal for my current project i.e. "frame-like" layout (fixed header & footer plus scrolling content).

My question is have you tried CSS Frame Layout using ASP.NET v2.0 Master Pages feature?

Many thanks in advance

kiu.li@bglgroup.co.uk
(14.08.2007, 12:24)

Doug:-
Hi Stu
Great layout , with so many opinions an how it
should be done it is good to find someone who is
willing to show how it is done. Anyway i thought
i would let you know if no one has already that this page renders perfectly on mac ff v2.0.0.6
and safari v 2.02 which are the latest versions
of the mac browsers
(19.08.2007, 20:07)

Stu:-
Doug, thanks for the feedback. It is always noce to know that this works on Mac browsers. I am saving up for a Mac at the moment, but they are sooo expensive when compared to windows PCs.
(19.08.2007, 20:20)

Ray:-
i love you.
(02.09.2007, 00:29)

cynic-:-
The mousewheel (now) works in FF ! Bug fixed :)
(11.09.2007, 10:19)

cynic-:-
... at least the mouse scroll. Not the "mouse clic"
(11.09.2007, 13:02)

Damien:-
Is it possible to have IE6 render in standards mode? I love this layout, but I don't want to revert back to using quirks mode, not to mention it messes up other areas of my site
(11.10.2007, 19:43)

Stu:-
Damien, unfortunately not. This method relies upon the faulty box model to work in IE6.
(12.10.2007, 08:35)

Ann:-
Hello Stu,
Great Site!!
I have developed a scrollable table with fixed header which works fine in IE7 but in the case of Firefox 2.0 and Safari 3.0, the header scrolls along with the content.
Thanks in advance ...
(07.01.2008, 11:37)

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