I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
Hmmm, given you waited 8 minutes I don't see how it's a bad trend that you didn't receive an answer in time. Especially given that it was 3.49 AM my time and 6.49 AM east coast US time..
Anyway, yes IE 6 is stricter with CSS. Both the 6 browsers adhere more closely to the standards than their earlier versions. I've had no trouble so far writing stuff that works fine in IE 5.5 and IE 6 and NS 6..
If you want to put up a link or your code, then maybe someone here might be able to help fix the remaining things..
Calm down there big fella.
I haven't had those problems. it seems to work for me..
Now let me get this straight. you went to a rendering engine to check your code when that engine doesn't even support half of the CSS2 code? that is like writing strictly for Netscape....
And yes 3:49am is really early for me too..
Show us some code and we will see if it is just you or not....
Yes, I also don't seem to have any problems between IE5.0 5.5 and 6. Perhaps you tried to rely to heavily on the CSS?.
Personally I use a mixture of css, but usually link to the same external style sheet. Since older netscape doesn't support inline styles, I tend to avoid them..
Again, if you post code we can help...
Well, sorry for any misunderstanding, but the "bad trend" I refered to was that I myself find the answers to my questions too quickly after I post them, and then feel guilty if I don't tell everyone about it so that you don't waste your time trying to answer something I already know..
Gues CSS was trickier than I initially thought!..