Argh– I could just strangle Internet Explorer. I’ve got some great page layouts for a web site I’m building, and to get things lined up I’m using some CSS for “min-height”, which makes the content area a certain number of pixels high, UNLESS the content extends below that, in which case it expands as needed.
Of course it works beautifully in Firefox and Konqueror, but when I look in IE it’s all horked. Apparently the browser completely ignores the min-height specification entirely. That means I’m going to have to build some kind of crappy transparent-GIF shim to force the content area to be that large.
Stupid stupid stupid IE. We hatesss it, yesss!