and for IE:
Now... in standards-compliant browsers, the page displays great using the first stylesheet. I'm using an IE conditional statement to call the second stylesheet for IE, to fix some formatting problems. Well, using the second stylesheet really flummoxed IE 8, so I modified the conditional statement to only call the second sheet for IE 7 and below.
In theory, this should have worked great, since IE 8 is supposed to be standards-compliant. In practice, it ALMOST worked, but IE 8 inserts a blank line just above the .containerbottom div. This line isn't there in any other "standards-compliant" browser.
It's not the worst thing IE could do, but it does break the smooth flow of the containing box, and is annoying me. Does anyone know why this is happening or how to stop it?