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    mwr
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    On pages with a small amount of content, the content and sidebar start about an inch too far down in Firefox and IE6. They're up where they're supposed to be in Safari.

    I'm using one table for the basic structure, so I tried valign=top in some of the cells, but it didn't work. I have feeling the solution is with CSS, but I'm stumped.

    The page is here:
    http://www.kamloopsnews.ca/test/modern.html

    Thanks for any help. Let me know if I haven't provided enough details.

    Mark

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    the css attribute is
    [minicode]Vertical-align:top;[/minicode]
    is your ad bannner suppoaed to sit above the line like that or is that a glitch?
    Thee Pyro Wolf

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    I put it above the line like that on purpose to make it stand out more. That's no glitch, it's feature

    At one point, in desperation, I put vertical-align:top in several places, but none of them made a difference. Thanks for the suggestion, though.

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    thought so
    got it:
    [minicode]<TD style="vertical-align:top;"colSpan="2" style="height:100px;">[/minicode]
    this is for your title td it will fix the ie and firefox error
    Thee Pyro Wolf

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    Sorry, this is not sinking in. Where exactly should the code go?

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    Never mind. I got it. Thanks very much for your help.

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    Oops. Apparently the fix works for Firefox, but not IE6. Any ideas?


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