Position: fixed hack for IE6
10th Nov 2003
I originally discovered this neat hack in the Joel Biroco's excellent site, when I was wondering how he managed to maintain his FIXED menu in IE6. Thankfully he appropriately made a reference to the original hackers site: Tag Soup.
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