Ok, at http://www.btkdesigns.com/portfolio.htm if you choose BLUE and use IE 6, it throws the whole left column down the left side, but if you try any other color, it shows it just fine.
WHY OH WHY.
I went to the site and didn't notice the problem you speak of.
using IE 6.0 with the blue style?
I have tested it on two computers now, both with IE 6.0 and choosing the BLUE style in the middle right hand side and the first column on the left falls to the bottom, but it does not on the other styles.
Win XP | IE 6.0 | Resolution: 1152 x 864
I defenitely don't see that. Odd.
Well, I am on xp professoinal, using IE 6.0, and I just changed my resolution to yours, and still got the same thing. Very strange indeed.
I hope others can provide some feedback
Oh, you're just gonna LOVE this one. It was driving me nuts because I didn't see anything glaringly obvious, so I did it the hard way.
It took me about 20+ minutes to figure it out (by going from section to section in your CSS and replacing the blue section with the red to find the the error) and finally found the error.
Remove the font-weight: bold; from the a.columns:link, a.columns:visited portion of your blue.css. Either that or reduce the font-size of that class to accomodate the extra space taken by the bold. I'm guessing you're running out of real estate.
unbelievable. You are correct. Hell, I even tried decreasing the size of column 1 yesterday by 10pixels and that didn't do anything, but taking away BOLD does! What in the world.