Hello all. I’ve undertaken a fairly simple project just to practice my skills. My friend made a webpage in dreamweaver (design mode) and I thought it’d be good practice for me to take it apart and strip it down to standards-compliant HTML & CSS and see how much simpler I could make it without DW’s extra junk.
Anyway, I’ve got it pretty much where I want it and it looks like the original:
IE7/8 and FF 3.5 both work. Haven’t tested Chrome, Opera, or Safari, but in Taiwan most of the traffic comes from IE anyway.
I used the code from http://www.cssstickyfooter.com/ – again it works, just not when you click on the news. Can someone enlighten me about what is happening and why? I thought the bottom margin on the div#maincontent would push it down.
I know this isn’t much of an explanation but I’ve gotta agree with the others. I work for a rather large company and upon redesigning the site we pretty much washed our hands of ie6. It’ll stick around as long as people keep designing for it. So unless there’s a real reason to worry over it, I wouldn’t bother with it much.