Once again, I'm working on a confidential client project, so I cannot provide much in the way of examples.
I am rebuilding the site, I'm currently coding the new header and footer. The footer has an image (logo) that is designed to sit on top of a div's border, and the border goes through part the image. To achieve this aesthetic result, I just took the small logo as one image and placed it on top of the div's border, positioned absolutely. This worked wonderful in FireFox.
Once I was alerted that the positioning of the logo was far from intended in IE7, I turned to usingto pull another style sheet if the user's browser is IE. In this style sheet, I appropriately adjusted the absolute positioning to please IE7 and put my logo where it was intended.HTML Code:<!--[if IE ]> <![endif]-->
Well, in IE6 this logo appears to ignore my conditional comment and stay misplaced quite a bit, where it was originally. So, I figured IE6 and back must not support the conditional comments - nope. After some investigation, it seems IE5+ supported this conditional comment.
So, what have I done wrong?