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    I am reasonably skilled with html, but have only recently begun to learn and use CSS. While working on my first site using CSS, I have encountered a problem. I have created the basic framework of a page, and it looks perfect in I.E. -- but when viewed in Foxfire, everything is askew.

    Here are screen shots of how the site looks in

    Internet Explorer and

    Foxfire

    I'm pretty much stumped, and short of rebuilding the CSS from scratch, I have no idea how to fix this. Any suggestions?

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    post the style sheet for the site
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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrodragon
    post the style sheet for the site
    With a little tweaking, I was able to fix a some of the problems. The two problems that persist are the top image <h1> is still not centered, and the text in <DIV id=journal> is over to the left too far. Both look fine in IE, so I don't know how to fix it so that it looks the same in Foxfire without changing it in IE.

    How it now looks in Foxfire

    CSS text file

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    Without any code, it is virtually impossible to diagnose the problem. However, you should run your code through both of W3C's XHTML and CSS validators first.

    Also, it's Firefox.
    filburt1, Web Design Forums.net founder
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    do what filburt1 said, but personally, I try and get it to work in firefox first, since it is a much better browser and if it looks good there chances are it will work in others, but I know IE doesn't really care to much about CSS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by filburt1
    Also, it's Firefox.
    Oops.

    I don't actually use it, I just downloaded it to see how the site would look in another browser.


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