The last post was about making registration marks look superscripted without the use of the
tag, which disrupts line spacing. I mentioned that I was having a problem getting my relatively positioned class to work in IE.
The symptom was that the registration mark (Â®) stayed fixed in the middle of the page when one scrolled. That baffled me until I found out what it was – the IE resize bug.
To fix this, all I had to do was make sure that the containing div for the registration mark (in this case, the main content div for the text part of my page) was also set to position: relative. Easy fix.