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background flowing into next div on IE 6

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Hi!

I hit a bug in IE 6. I have nested divs which contain backgrounds. Some of
these backgrounds are positions at the bottom. Now it happens, that the
background is placed at the bottom in the div *following* the one it's
defined in. It seems IE 6 is taking the height of both divs together. If I
place the nested divs inside a table it doesn't happen. Is there a simple
workaround for this problem, preverably in CSS only?

Here is the example:
http://www.crowproductions.de/css_bug/css_bug.html

Here is a screenshot:
http://www.crowproductions.de/css_bug/bugshot.gif

Maybe someone also has a better method to achive the same. But it needs to
be scaleable like my solution. I also don't want tables.

Regards,
Florian Schulze
Jul 20 '05 #1
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