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    Senior Member diciccod's Avatar
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    I can't get this page to render correctly in Firefox. It looks fine in IE...

    It seems all broken apart in Firefox and i can't figure out what it could be.

    If anyone could help that would be great!
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    Junior Member loosecannon's Avatar
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    It doesn't really answer your question, but I have found IE,Netscape,Firefox and Opera almost never render the same.certain browsers just don't work with certain CSS commands. I'm by no means a CSS expert though,so if someone could offer more insight on this I would also like to know.
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    I would pick apart your CSS file completely, as I have learned when Firefox doesn't display code correctly, it is due to an error in your code, or possibly the diferent ways of padding. IE makes up for these minor mistakes, but Firefox does not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justlivyalife
    I would pick apart your CSS file completely, as I have learned when Firefox doesn't display code correctly, it is due to an error in your code, or possibly the diferent ways of padding. IE makes up for these minor mistakes, but Firefox does not.

    Just to back up the post above; Firefox is W3.org compliant so if it renders properly in that then it should work in the others!

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    Quote Originally Posted by diciccod
    I can't get this page to render correctly in Firefox. It looks fine in IE...

    It seems all broken apart in Firefox and i can't figure out what it could be.

    If anyone could help that would be great!
    http://wideopenwest.com/~tdicicco9988
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    Padding, borders, and width, all stack in one, while in the other, it's only width.



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