From:  "Wouter" <no.spam@no.mail.for.me>
Date:  19 Jan 2005 05:16:19 Hong Kong Time
Newsgroup:  news.mozilla.org/netscape.public.mozilla.style
Subject:  

Re: 2 columns layout with Mozilla and IE ?

NNTP-Posting-Host:  x034038.its-s.tudelft.nl

> Is there a way to make a 2 columns layout within a div with margin of
> 4% each side that can work in mainly browsers?

Why do you use div tags for that?

Look at the menu of   http://www.fourthdimension.nl/ (total css/tables)
Or look at the table lay-out of  http://www.vakantiefeestdagen.nl/ (total 
tables/css)

I hope this helps solving your question.
Wouter



"Marc"  wrote in message 
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: Is there a way to make a 2 columns layout within a div with margin of 4%
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: I tried this and Mozilla works like a charm, but IE when HOVER, moves
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: : : : I noticed that IE works fine if I delete the DOCTYPE header... so I : can't imagine this as a problem of rounding with IE6. : : Here you have the code running: http://www.dehisi.org/public/layoutMove.html : : Thanks a lot in advance, : : Marc.