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    I've been working on a redesign of one of the sites I work on, and after playing with some CSS stuff in dreamweaver for awhile, I came up with something I thought was really cool, after double checking it in mozilla, however, I saw that it looked like a complete mess in that browser. Can someone tell me how I can make the code compatable between the two?

    (html file at: http://www.lifeforceonline.com/New/new.htm
    template at: http://www.lifeforceonline.com/New/template.css )

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    Senior Member Trico's Avatar
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    I would start by cleaning up your style sheet as there's no need to include alot of the things you place within some of your classes.

    Visability, White Space, Word Spacing, Letter Spacing etc. all have an automatic default value. Unless you wish to change the default there's no need for them to be in there.

    As your not using a table layout you don't need to include image dimensions within the <img /> tag.

    To be honest I don't have an exact idea of what this clip: rect(30px,10px,auto,auto); does... but from looking at the layout you seem to be trying to emulate why would you specificaly need to use this?


    I'll carry on with this post later... hands too cold to type.

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    thanks, cleaning up the code fixed the majority of the problems. The only thing left now is that the header doesn't align on top of the table like it does in IE.


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