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    I've been working on a tech help website for my school. I just realized that there are a few browser issues with the website.

    This is what the website SHOULD look like (viewed in Mozilla Firefox):


    This is what the website looks like in Safari (I forgot to mention that the links aren't the right color):


    This is what the website looks like in IE 9:


    This is what the BOTTOM of the website looks like in IE 9:


    I have no idea how to fix this issues. Ideas?
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    Yikes!

    Do you have this site live somewhere? I'd like to peek at the code if possible -
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    It should say "Look at this." ~ David Craib


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    This is the main page: http://www.my-testing-area.netne.net/tech_tidbits2/

    This is the current page that is displayed in those screenshots:
    http://www.my-testing-area.netne.net...king/index.php
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    OK - I've looked at both your CSS files, and you don't have a reset (http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/css/reset/) in there anywhere.

    Try adding a reset at the beginning of the index.css file. It may not fix all the problems, but it should help some.
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    I added the reset. It fixed many of the problems. I also found a div that I made to large. It was messing up the padding.

    The problem is now with IE. It is still aligned to the left and the footer is still missing. After some experimenting, I realized that if I set the zoom in IE too 50%, the footer appears, but I don't know how to fix that.

    Do you guys see anything wrong with my CSS?
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    I FIXED IT AFTER TWO HOURS OF SEARCHING!!! :bounce:

    Here is a section of the old CSS:

    HTML Code:
    body {
    
        background-color: #fff;
    
        margin: 0px;
    
    }
      
    div#wrapper {
    
        width: 900px;
    
        height: auto;
    
        margin: auto;
    
    }
    Here is the new CSS code for that section:

    HTML Code:
    body {
    
        background-color: #fff;
    
        margin: 0px;
    
       [COLOR=#ff0000] text-align: center;[/COLOR]
    
    }
      
    div#wrapper {
    
        width: 900px;
    
        height: auto;
    
        margin: auto;
    
       [COLOR=#ff0000] text-align: left;[/COLOR]
    
    }
    Those two lines of code caused me so much trouble. :rofl:


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