Crash wrote:Yeah. I meant to set that min and max-width to 100% Oops. Apparently in modern browsers, those take precedence over width, so avoids the bug. But old browsers will get a fixed width (not sure which ones are "modern" enough to recognize min and max.) Seems like any CSS bugs in IE get UGLY workarounds.
I think min-width and max-width were introduced in CSS2, so you'd have to go back a few years to find a browser that doesn't support them.