I’ve redone the look of the Dayton .NET Developers Group’s website, thanks to inspiration from Lee Sledge, the son of our group’s treasurer. I never claimed to have any graphic skills, and it showed. Lee’s concept is a lot cleaner — but I needed to move it from table-based layout to CSS.
Shiny when you’re working with Firefox, sucky when you’re dealing with IE.
Good fixes I found on the net:
- Margin bug in IE: Zeldman’s CSS sheet.
- Fix for unsupported min-height (even though VS.NET has that property in Intellisense)
Also, watch for elements bouncing out of IE’s display when heights aren’t large enough. Firefox deals with it nicely, IE craps out.
Boy, am I glad I don’t have to deal with this on a daily basis!