Im am working on a project. I saw that IE6 started to make the content from nowhere. I type <h2>What you should know about contact lenses</h2> in the xhtml, but he displays: What you should know about contact lenses lenses. Firefox and all other normal (sorry IE) browsers displays it normally like it should be. I have been managing this bug not the first time. Some times the fake text disappears when I add a news division like <div class="fixie6"></div> witch does completely nothing and it fix the bug, but am tired of adding like 5 divisions witch does completely nothing, so I’m looking for help. I have noticed that this bug appears only when I add a box (div or etc) and float it (in my page it is div#items) and when I add lot of more floated divs in it (div#items div.item). Then the ie6 starts to bug the content and make it from nowhere. I hope that anyone will know how to deal with that, because it really make me mad :evil: .
Here is the web page link: LINK DELETED
Here is the code that I think (maybe it is not) makes this bug:
(I believe that it is something about the css, because when I remove style IE6 works OK with that)
This is one of my favourite IE6 bugs ever, makes absolutely zero sense haha. I remember when I first had to deal with it, so confusing. Fortunately, once you know what it is, it’s easy to avoid in the future.