Min- and Max-Width CSS Attributes

By Deane Barker on July 23, 2003

Wide-body CSS | silverorange labs: Notes on the “min-width” CSS attribute that IE doesn’t support. It would come in handy, along with its companion — max-width — that [sigh] IE doesn’t support either.

“The advent of table-free pure CSS layouts has been great for those browsing with non-PC environments (handhelds, etc.) as they allow cleaner more structured mark-up. However, in normal browsers, even the most beautiful flexible-width CSS layouts get wacky when the window gets too narrow.”

Too bad IE won’t support them. These are in the spec.