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Damian:-
I have created a couple of similar designs myself lately but have been running into a problem which is what lead me to your site.

If you add a flash element into the page and view this on safari on a Mac then the flash element scrolls over the top of the header.

I tested this on your design and it does the same thing. I tried a slightly modified version of the design then the problem is fixed on the mac but then appears on IE on the PC...any help would be great!
(16.05.2007, 16:38)

Chris C:-
IE7's page zoom feature breaks these layouts I'm afraid. I've checked it with Opera, FireFox and Safari and all are fine - thanks Micro$oft :-(

I doubt there is a way around this, but I would like to know if anyone finds one.
(16.08.2007, 17:52)

Patrik S:-
Nice work Stu!
I noticed something with the centered div layouts, where you specify left: 50%; and margin-left: -412px;. Seems like the break the horizontal scrolling in most browser, have you figured out any fix for this? Or is it unfixable?
(31.08.2007, 17:08)

Herta:-
Hi Stu,

I use the method to produce a three-column page, but my IE7 cannot interpret "bottom" of the content layer (so it looked like "overflow:visible"), and there's no scroll bar in it despite "overflow:auto". Firefox interpret the page correctly. Besides, my IE can read your page correctly!

I'm getting out of my mind. Any idea would help. Thanks!
(08.09.2007, 04:17)

Emil:-
Hi, since everybody else only is posting problems and query's here, I thought i could post a comment with a slight modification.

I think you're doing a great work ! I have used this site as a referece when coding my websites for years, and it might be the best page for coders och the web. So i just wanted to say Thank You ! Your'e doing a GREAT job, man !
(19.11.2007, 13:26)

Michael Penta:-
Thank you Stu. This site is great! i have watched the site grow and grow and it has been a great resource for me.
Thank you
(26.11.2007, 17:30)

denny:-
I was curious about all of these being appicable to IE11 vs IE6
(09.12.2007, 19:48)

wolfi:-
Hello Stu - again same message great job cool & nice site. Perfect for all who want to get a little bit deeper into the secrets of css design. Keep on!
(12.03.2008, 20:47)

zandra:-
where do i find the codes?? i can't find them.. nice layout anyway..
(01.05.2008, 06:08)

Paul Delcour:-
Hi Stu,

just what I needed.
Changed it to: www.delcour.org/test2/index.php
This does not go in IE. Why? Could you please check?

:-)

Paul
(22.06.2008, 16:34)

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