I have been asked to help integrate phpBB into our church's new website (under development) which is a CSS based layout. I am able to use the code from their site pretty easily in the overall_header and overall_footer files (wraps phpBB into a content div), but have been running into a series of problems (while only dealing with IE6.x and FF 1.5 so far).
When I first did this, it worked fine in FF but broke badly in IE (the forum table lined up with the bottom of the left navigation div). After a great deal of searching, I found a posting that discussed this problem with phpBB and IE....the solution given was to change the DTD to a strict (standards mode) one and give a 98% width to the table tag in CSS. Great, this worked.
But, now back in FF the table has opened up space between all lines, which while "livable" doesn't look/feel quite right. I have looked around and tried several possible solutions, but none really fix it. I think the best solution I have found so far was to add the 0.9em line-height to the th,td style....this shrinks the open space in FF, but opens up more in IE.
Anyone have any other ideas to try?