So as you can see I've been playing with ASP.NET MVC in my free time lately. But as it turns out I learned something totally unrelated to MVC while I was editing the default stylesheet that MVC Preview 2 ships with.
padding: 30px 30px 15px 30px;
border-bottom: 3px groove #4b6f92;
_height: 1px; /* only IE6 applies CSS properties starting with an underscrore */
I can't believe I never knew about this. I have read 3 CSS books in the past few years and don't recall ever reading about this hack. So while it isn't the end-all solution to fixing CSS bugs in IE6, I think it should come in pretty handy in the future now that I know it exists.
I found this URL to WellStyled which describes the hack in more detail. Here are some cool usage examples of this hack:
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