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HTML & CSS LAYOUT

Hi,
I build this site and wondering that, the code in CSS, is cross browser compatible or not? I've already checked the site in all latest version browsers(IE, FF, OPERA & SAFARI)and its working fine but as a newbie in CSS, looking help. if somebody read my CSS/HTML code and help me out to find out fixes in my code would be deeply appreciatable.

Also wondering, when should I need to use positioning in CSS or use FLOAT instead of positioning. Looking forward for response. site.zip
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s_hausen
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Lukasz ChmielewskiCommented:
Well, it looks and feels the same in IE and Opera.
For the validation, you should definetely use W3C Validator for HTML / CSS
It will tell you more then you want to know ;)
http://validator.w3.org/
http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/
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s_hausenAuthor Commented:
Hi Roads,
Its look like the css is all good, the message is Congratulations! No Error Found.
there's some errors in html which can be fixed easily.

I was wondering, when its good to use positioning in css and its only specific with images. secondly when should i use the height property in my css. and one more last thing if i'm using many floating div stacking on each other, do i need to use overflow in each divs??
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Lukasz ChmielewskiCommented:
Positioning in CSS in my opinion is ok - it keeps the code clear and easy to move with only css properties.
Height property as well as width should be used just for the fixed elements which are not "moving" dynamically on the page. As for the floating divs - I use them all the time and only few times I needed to use overflow hidden - I think they should be - even floated - placed just right not to use the overflow.
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s_hausenAuthor Commented:
thx
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