It has been some time since my last visit. This time I come looking for help...
I have coded a page that contains a google map next to an address location. Basicly the map shows where the address is situated.
I have used a centered div with fixed width as a holder, and I have floated 2 other divs in it - left navigation column, and right content column. Both fixed widths.
All content represents pretty much the same way in all browsers, except for the contacts page.
The google map displays correctly nested into the right content column on all browsers, however, in IE6 on winxp it floats far far away on the right, without considering the fixed widths of all containers.
My first guess was that, as I have img tags floated right, the whole map goes the same way, as an img.
Source code displayed several levels of divs, where img comes like 5th nested object...so, definitely that was not the cause.Also removed img float to make 100% sure.
My second guess is that google code is not correctly interpreted by IE, as google have some inline styles definition saying height/width=100% for the first containing div...
Maybe this is why IE stretches the page to fit 100% tall/width of the whole window area, and sends the map on the right side, instead of filling the fixed container to 100%.
here is a link to the page itself...any ideas will be appreciated.
Note - Chrome, Opera, Safari(Win), Mozilla, Flock render the page ok. IE 6 is the only one(again) ruining the whole thing...