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Julian Carroll seems to have found another IE6 quirk which he shows and explains at IE6 weirdness with blockquote and a:hover. So if you’ve been pulling your hair out wondering why something strange happens with your blockquotes in IE6 when you add borders and padding you’re not alone. This is an odd one indeed.

For more odd IE6 behavior, check out Tom Gilder’s page on Internet Explorer 6 CSS Bugs.

[hat tip: css-discuss]

29 October 2006 Update

Unfortunately the above links and resources are gone now, so I’ve removed the links to them. Instead, check out the following for IE6 CSS solutions:

08:37 pm, pdt10 August, 2003 Comments, Trackbacks ·

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