CSS layout imprecision
First, feel free to criticize and comment on my blog, located at:
Second, I have a problem.
Those of you surfing my blog in Firefox or Opera should not see any problem with the layout, but those who (God forbid) use IE will see what I mean. Since quite a lot of visitors use IE, I would appreciate my problem to get solved. I’ve tried a few things unsucessfully, but since I’m no CSS guru, I’d like your input.
My blog is bilingual. Since I do not wish to use something like a language switcher, I decided my blog would have two columns, one in either language.
To implement this, I used two div elements one called “colgauche” one called “coldroite” (yeah… french!). They both have slightly different CSS definitions. I’m reproducing them here for simplicity’s sake.
So this works in Firefox and Opera, but in IE, the right column is wrongly placed vertically.
How should I proceed to fix this?
I’m open to other suggestions than these div. Anything, but tables, if possible. I just want it to work.
brem aka proxi
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