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    just curious

    hi all, just wondering how i get rid of the empty white space at the bottom of the page below the bottom background wrap, and why its there?

    and while im here is it possible to make that page internet explorer compatible? ill be googling now but if anyone could point me in the right direction that would be awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by coleio View Post
    hi all, just wondering how i get rid of the empty white space at the bottom of the page below the bottom background wrap, and why its there?
    What page/

    Quote Originally Posted by coleio View Post
    and while im here is it possible to make that page internet explorer compatible? ill be googling now but if anyone could point me in the right direction that would be awesome
    lol. Have fun with that. Mo' IE, mo' problems.

    But seriously, which one(s) is it not working in. If it's 7 or below, don't even sweat it. If it's 8, just make sure everything at least works and is readable. 9 and up have behaved pretty well, so you might have to work at that.
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    bahahahaha here

    Fused-ma

    how do i check what version ie im using? whatever one i have its only showing borders, text and images. oh hover works too.

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    is there serivce that tests webpage through all different browsers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coleio View Post
    is there serivce that tests webpage through all different browsers?
    browserstack.com
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    A great tool for cross-browser testing is Skybound Stylizer. You can instantly switch between different browsers and it shows you the way that browser renders your page.

    You can download a free trial at Stylizer | Real-time CSS editing saves you time and money.

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    checked tht out, looks pretty good. probbly a bit naive thinking this but will that provide code to make it compatible with browsers?

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    It doesn't tell you how to fix something but you can easily make tweaks to your CSS in Stylizer and you will immediately see the effect the change has. It makes CSS development a lot faster as you get instant feedback on your changes.

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    thnks lads. its a shme stylizer doesnt do mobile browser s it looks like a much more usable system

    what do you's mke of tht white space at the bottom of the page? oh does

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    The white space is caused by the "line-height: 115px;" on .footer.

    Perhaps it's worth starting from scratch, your code is a mess ;-) (As it often does after too much tweaking. Every so often it's best to start with a clean slate).


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