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    Cool Some people need to start paying attention

    If you would to re-read all my posts I am sure you would find that I've said about two times that height: auto!important fix should be put into IE 7 ONLY conditional comment . Didn't see any stretching in IE 6, but I'm 99% sure that it was caused by some elements loosing hasLayout, and Peek-a-boo bug might been doing that. Since IE 7 came out I've talked to dozens of people that were complaining that the Tan hack is now messing things up in IE 7, wouldn't have happened if they would use cond.coms. If the page is not broken in other browsers why do you put the fix for them? No wonder why you think CSS sucks... heh
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    Default Broken page

    Hey, I've just found that http://www.glowhost.com/forums/memberlist.php is broken.
    This is the way it looks in FireFox 2.0 http://www.zoffix.com/new/del/glow.png
    And this is IE 6 http://www.zoffix.com/new/del/glow1.png

    Basically, your table overflows, thus causing ugly effects especially with the background.

    I just noticed that I see the overflow right in the window I am typing right now =)

    I'm using 1158xsomthing resolutiong

    You may look into CSS Overflow property ( http://w3.org/TR/CSS21/visufx.html#propdef-overflow )

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    I dont see how it would fix anything, its a vbulletin problem IMHO because of the avatars and all the other images and colums that are in there, its going to inherently be some fixed width. Certainly more than something that will fit in 600x800 screen size no matter what happens with overflows. Ugly, I agree.

    I think the sure fix would be to disable it from appearing.
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    Okay I have been reading around and I wonder why use conditional comments when one thing that seems possible is to reset each browser's internal stylesheet and make it from scratch.

    Seems like a MUCH cleaner approach to me (if it works) because we don't have a bunch of clutter in the stylesheet.

    Yahoo! UI Library: Reset CSS
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