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Any ideas as to what is happening here would be greatly appreciated.
- Use a valid doctype [webmasterworld.com] and validate your code [validator.w3.org]. This will eliminate Quirks mode as the culprit. If your document is rendering in Quirks mode, some of your selectors may just not be working correctly.
- Put temporarily put borders on all your containers, this often gives a clear insight into who's not playing well with other elements.
- When in doubt, pare the code down to just the bare essentials that display the problem, and work with these until you understand what it's doing. If you can crack this egg, it will help in future development (rather than encountering the same problem again and again and applying a "fix" just to get through it.)
- If you've done the previous step, it will be easy to post the code here and one of the more experienced members will be glad to help.
Never used it, but can be a solid way to get to good layouts that work on all "A" browsers.