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    Hi I recently designed a website and I am having some trouble with a menu, which in Firefox displays correctly but in Explorer the images are shifted to a side making it look worng. Any help will be appreciated. The url is : http://www.pbcdemocraticparty.org, and the menu is on the right column towards the bottom, below the yellow box.

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    Hmm, I am not sure what's causing your problem, but I did notice that the layout looks messed up on my computer - firefox on a mac. The right menu gets pushed under the content. Whenever that happens to me it's usually b/c I need to make one of the divs a little less wide so that they fit, so one doesn't end up getting pushed to the bottom...
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    Thanks Rasp,
    I will also look into that and try to fix it, I didn't have the chance to test it on a Mac. Also, where you able to view it in another browser besides Firefox for Mac? and if so, where you able to view the menu display error that I mentioned? Again thanks!

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    Hmm, I am not sure what's causing your problem, but I did notice that the layout looks messed up on my computer - firefox on a mac. The right menu gets pushed under the content. Whenever that happens to me it's usually b/c I need to make one of the divs a little less wide so that they fit, so one doesn't end up getting pushed to the bottom...

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    Yeah, I also have IE6 on Windows here for testing, and I did view it on that and I did see the problem, but I don't know what is causing it. What I have had to do in the past is put conditional comments in the HTML file and include a css file only for IE6 to fix all its bugs. Maybe you could try that?
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