kmclemore wrote:Art, I got it to fail as well.
I tried it in IE v7.0.5730.11 and Firefox v3.5.7 and it's fine.
But in IE v6.0.2900.5512 (SP3) the right menu is unusable - the white boxes described earlier cover the menu choices and the only way to uncover the selections is to highlight the column. Once uncovered, however, you can click on them and the site is navigable.
Having said that, your 'Sailvision' site has even more serious IE v6 incompatibilities... there, the right pane "Thanks for visiting Sail Vision!..." is not visible at all, but the left menu is... makes the site entirely unusable in IE6, since nothing you select with the left menu is visible in the right pane.
IEv6 was standard on all Windows XP depolys, and there's still loads of them about, so I'd have your developer make sure he's backward compatible... not everyone will have upgraded their PC's to the later browsers.
IE 6 is not fully compatable with CSS style sheets, lots of bugs. If someone hasn't move to ver 7 or above or are not using a more stable platform they deserve to have problems. Broswers are FREE. CSS alows faster page downloads by cutting out the redundant downloading of graphics and commands. Don't shoot the designer becausing he's trying to make the site better for the customers.