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    Open the following website in Firefox and Internet Explorer:

    www.pctechdaniel.com

    At the bottom, you can notice the spacing is different in the two browsers, between the copyright and the content. Is it something which have to do with the style sheet?

    I have to take this opportunity and thank Jamie (stylise) for his work on the new design etc...

    Thanks in advance

    EDIT: www.pctechdaniel.com/style.css (style sheet)

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    I played with it only quickly, I believe you need to change the css value ".container { height: 100%;}" to ".container { height: auto;}" . Otherwise it seems it's making the content equal to 100% of the screen size.

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    I've changed that, but I think it is still the same.

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    Yeah, you're right still the same. I'll look a little more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by audiofreak9
    Yeah, you're right still the same. I'll look a little more...
    Thanks

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    Ok, so I was looking at the css for the problem when actually it's in your html coding. You need to remove the four <br>'s after the unordered list. Then it all works out nicely. Figures it would be something simple. Also you need to 'fix' you coding a bit, see here.

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    Thanks audiofreak9, I removed the 4 <BR>s.

    I fixed lots of errors and changed some stuff. However some stuff isn't working in IE. Do you notice them? Is it difficult to fix them?

    Thanks

    Daniel

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    Can someone help me solve the following problems please?

    http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...doctype=Inline

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    IMG tags in XHTML require two things that you haven't provided:
    * First of all, alternate text. Alternate text is text that can be seen (or read aloud, in the case of screen readers) when the image cannot be displayed. It is specified via the `alt' attribute.
    * Second of all, the IMG tag is a special type of tag that has no closing tag. This is specified with a / before the > at the end of the tag.

    Rewritten, your code would look like this:
    HTML Code:
    <img src="images/bookmark.png" width="16" height="16" border="0" alt="Bookmark" />
    Everything after the `border="0"' part is what you need to look at. Note that border, width, and height should generally be left to CSS.

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    Thanks mate it's fixed now.

    Can someone help me do this please? I want to remove that space, where advertisements are supposed to be placed. And expand the webpage so that I will use the advertisements space for content instead for banners, which I don't really need actually. Is it difficult to do so? And how can I do this? Do you recommend something else before proceding to this step?

    Thanks again


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