well used standard based website... it should be browser friendly to find out more go to cssbeauty.com or w3.org it may solve your problem
I'm assuming you've made your site using either percentages or widths. With IE 6 you need to leave some extra space because of the way it rounds. Such as having the percentages add up to less than 100% or the width in pixels less than the given width.
looks good in IE, i have no problem,
Nah, they're too dumb to understand the box-model every other browser uses for padding-width-margin. Besides, most people still use an older version of IE anyhow. It's best just to work around the microsoft-mistake.
Lots of info if you google "css box model hack"
i've actually never really ever heard of it... thanks for the info man!
A lot of Javascipts and Dhtml code don't work with Firefox
wuts up with the double post? and your site seems to be really coming along!
Just removed the double post.
The site worked fine here.