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    IE vs. Opera CSS Help Needed.


    Ok, maybe someone here can help me solve my problem. I am setting up my personal site using CSS in a three column layout. I had everything looking good in IE6 and Opera, but of course IE5.x had issues with column width etc. I found solutions at bluerobot.com and glish.com.

    So last night I tweaked everything to match the versions of IE, but now Opera freaks out. The banner area vertical dimensions changed (even though I didn't change them) and the content in the center column overlaps itself.

    Here is how its supposed to look (IE6).
    http://www.benbailey.net/ieview.gif

    Here is what it looks like in Opera
    http://www.benbailey.net/operaoverlap.gif

    The website is benbailey.net
    Any suggestions?
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    well, the best, or most robust idea would be to have a different stylesheet for each browser.... then


    IF browser.agent=mozilla

    <mozilla css>

    if browser.agent= IE

    <ie css>

    if.... and so on and so forth...

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