I've found over a dozen articles/discussions saying that the way to fix IE6's float drop is to avoid the things that would trigger it. I'm wondering if an actual fix exists, because I can't find one.
Say you have a 1000px width div, with two inner divs, div1 and div2. div1 needs to have 100% width, and div2 needs to have a fixed width and be floated right.
In IE6, this situation will always result in the float drop. I need the background color of div1 to expand all the way across the container and behind div2.
The only "fix" I've found is to set div1's display property to "inline", but that kills the 100% width.
Does anyone have a solution?