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Eugene:-
Great layout, bad print out. Actually I did similar layout but the problem was to fix printing. Stupid thing to print html but the client wants it.
(22.08.2005, 18:43)

Stu:-
Eugene, you will need a separate print.css to format your page for printing.
(20.12.2005, 15:35)

Phil:-
Hello "Stu" inspired by your "Layout 3" I tried to make a "Frameset emulation" everything was OK until I decided also to use your "CSS dropdown horizontal menu".
My problem is that it works in IE but not in Firefox (amazing), The drop down is hidden under them "content" area with firefox.
Do you allow me to send you the url of my test file in order to find what's wrong ?
(27.12.2005, 23:40)

Phil:-
Phil again ...
Sorry "Stu" I missed a z-index ... (Tired !!!)
Apologize for disturbing you.
Your site is a "CSS reference and tutorial", congratulations.
(27.12.2005, 23:49)

Bill Wallace:-
Hi Stu. Extremely impressed with your work and creativity. I noticed that your layouts do not attempt to place content first, to assist accessibility and search engines! Do you have a view on this? Keep up the great work.
(29.12.2005, 16:55)

Bea:-
Hi
I love this layout - my favourite of all the ones and I wanted to implement it in my website but with narrower top and bottom borders..... it works fine with a linked stylesheet in FF but in IE it was a mess!!!
If I implement it exactly as you have laid it out it is okay but when I tried to decrease the top and bottom border it went haywire in IE - any suggestions????
I love your site - there are lots of really good examples for a newbie like me.
(22.02.2006, 11:50)

Peter:-
Hi Stu,
I've used the 'Pollution' layout as a start for my site and it works fine, thank you. Have you tried to do a print preview?. Only the first page seems to be there. Have you played around with print stylesheets to solve this problem?.
(17.03.2006, 11:46)

Stu:-
Peter, haven't played with the print style on this particular layout, but Ihave on several others. It is possible to use a print.css to restyle this as you want for printing.
(20.03.2006, 20:32)

Tiago:-
Hi Stuart,

Just wanted to compliment you in the work you have achieved here. So, great work.
Keep up the effort.

Best regards,
(31.03.2006, 11:57)

Floris:-
This lay-out seems to have trouble with IE when you want to add float:right images *outside* the righthand margin. e.g. margin:0 -100 0 0;
The images stay put.
Or is there yet another trick to fool IE?
(18.09.2006, 07:59)

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