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    Thanks for the advice James. I worked out a couple of days ago that the footer needed to go inside my container div, and have it working properly now.

    It is disappoiting to hear that css doesn't support liquid layouts properly - how do people that swear by 'web standards' and the use of css layouts expect them to catch on with everyone if it doesn't work properly? Especially if all of these different browsers 'read' css in different ways.

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    how do people that swear by 'web standards' and the use of css layouts expect them to catch on with everyone if it doesn't work properly

    Honestly, I've been through this before here, and MS are dragging their feet on fixing anything in IE beyond security.

    My main pet peeve with IE is not showing PNG transparency without some javascript. Before all the standards talk hit I was highly impressed with CSS, disappointed with incompatibilities between browsers, and disappointed with CSS's lackings in dealing with liquid layouts.
    James H
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