I’ve used the Relative Page Layout Action on a test page and it fixes the Firefox problem.
But before I delve into totally re-doing my site with this Action … (which means putting some things on layers, plus my site is in 2 languages and and and … it’ll take probably a couple of hours) … can anyone tell me if there are any disadvantages to making my site with this Action? My site is pretty simple so I’m wondering if there would be any long term advantage to just biting the bullet and start from scratch? It’ll take a day I guess. If so there are advantages, then is there anything I should look out for to avoid? I’ve never done a CSS version of my site and to be honest, I have no idea what the implications of it are … or even … what it means!
I have found that I have to use the FW Action that excludes Relative Page Layout, on my iFrames, otherwise they ‘wrap’ when text size is increased. But all my pages now work very well in all browsers, unless, someone is pushing the limits with ‘Zoom Text Only’, which is pretty unlikely on my type of site.