Here is a link to a web based CSS & HTML validation service
where you can just paste in your URL and have it analyze what
you are doing. When I did that, it says your page has both
HTML and CSS errors in it, but I haven't examined to see what
the significance of these are, or if they are even genuine. A
lot of times these wizard things report 'errors' that are not
genuine or are not related to what is going on. But, being a
novice, this is where I would start looking for clues. IMHO,
and from my experience reading this board, you ain't going to
find very many programming experts on TNET!
PS: I found this site by doing a Yahoo search on the phrase
'IE Netscape CSS differences'. I ran across several blog
discussion boards which address the very issues you are
talking about. See link below
On 7/30/05, Raven wrote:
> I've been using CSS forever but still run into IE bugs.
> I've got the basic structure of this subdomain set up for my
> calendar program, and it looks great in Mozilla.
> But as usual, the IE bug has popped up. IE is putting that
> annoying 3-5px space in between the image and the bottom
> Normally, in a vertical links list, I'd make them display:
> block and then set the vertical-align: baseline to get
> around the IE bug. I could also make their margins -3 or so,
> but then that messes up Mozilla.
> Since these links are horizontal though, that work-around
> won't work. Any body know of another work around?