for anyone interested...
the following code used to bring in your content
<form method="post" action="" id="content_form"
at the beginning on your content template and
at the end fo your template when it produces the html
this might not be too big an issue if you expecting IE
to run in "quirks mode".
if you don't want to run in quirks mode (it totally
screwed up my attempt to get ie to adhere to a
required minimum width), however, you don't want
anything before your doctype.
i solved this by:
where HEADER is a defined url constant (at top of
page) pointing to a file that contains my header -
which includes the doctype. the doctype prints before
the <form> element is added and this should avoid
for anyone interested in learning more about css...
i *highly* recommend sitepoint's css forum...
especially this thread...
and this website...
the examples are beautified... but the potential is
there to make some *really* nice layouts and
best of luck.
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