I am having CSS problems. :-(
Your security checkpoints are overwriting text. Ditto your
inlined <tt> text, it aligns itself without paying
attention to the surrounding text. Perhaps that should be
a class? Generally mixing inline and external CSS is
supposed to be a bad idea.
As for CSS and browser bugs, what I have seen done with
Apache to get around them is that the stylesheet is served
by an Apache handler that does a browser detect for things
that really cannot be worked around. It works but...
Oh, and a useful trick to think about. Get a computer
with VMWare installed. IE 4, 5, Netscape, Netscape under
Linux, etc quickly adds up to a lot of partitions to juggle,
and reproducing a setup can be a pain. But keeping that
many virtual machines is fairly easy to do for a fraction
of the pain. And working from a snapshot you can reproduce
situations reliably and easily.
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