i'm trying to use the javascript that's talked about on this page: http://www.doxdesk.com/software/js/minmax.html and the actual javascript file is here: http://www.doxdesk.com/file/software/js/minmax.js

in my page i have <script type="text/javascript" src="includes/minmax.js"></script> following on after <title>..</title> in the head, and i have a min and max width set in css which works fine on most browsers but not IE hense why i want to use this script. with it all in place it doesn't seem to work in IE (any version) -- according to the browser screen shots i get from using www.browsershots.org (i don't have a PC so don't have IE).

here's the page my attempt to use it is on: http://www.hdbatik.co.uk/ectemp/b/coolpeople.html . i've made the width very narrow just to make it obvious if it's working or not. this is the style (which is linked to by "@import url(includes/default-ghi.css);") which states the min, max width:
/* 	min-width:49em; */
/* 	max-width:80em; */
	margin:40px auto 0 auto;
any ideas why the javascript isn't working? i know nothing about js so i could have easily made a very silly mistake. all the files the page is linking to, including the js file, are working fine though -- so it's not a not linking to files problem.