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  1. #1
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    I just discovered that my site breaks in IE 5.0 and above. As far as I can tell, IE seems to be having trouble handling either my block elements or CSS correctly. I don't really know much about IE, so this one is a hard for me to tackle. Other than IE, the site seems to work in everyother browser I was able to check (even versions of IE below 5.0). If anyone one has any ideas as to what the issue may be, I would really appreciate a hint or two.

    The site is at http://www.dept-of-films.com.

    Thanks.

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    Well, it looks like if you get rid of the floats for the image and its containing div, the rendering happens fine in IE and Firefox both. Unfortunately, IE still doesn't give it that border you're going after. I'd advise trying to do that by setting a border on img.logo.

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    Funny, setting a border for the image would seem like an obvious idea, but I didn't have my head going in that direction at all. Thanks for pointing that out. As for the float being the issue, I doubt I would have figured that out too quickly. Thanks again. I think I've gotten it all worked out, but not having access to IE (as odd as that sounds) makes it a little hard to know for sure.

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    Yep, looks fine now. I'm always slightly suspicious when I see more than one float anywhere, so I figured I'd play with those. Firefox+Web Developer extension+DOM Inspector makes it really easy, and then you save it and open it in IE. Works like a charm :-).


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