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    Senior Member DesignBox's Avatar
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    I guess this question has been asked loads of times but I have no idea what to search for and I want to post the link to the site I'm working on anyway.

    I'm trying to create a website fully in CSS (well most of it is at the moment apart from a table that is in the header) everything works fine in Internet Explorer but when I open the site in Opera it is pushed a bit out of porportion and also i used snugtech.com to view it in safari and it looks like this: http://82.51.144.208/safaritest/1137080125-full.png and I also used danvine.com/icapture and it looks like this: http://danvine.com/icapture/tmpss/70878.png

    The website is here

    Please can someone help me resolve this issue? I'd be much grateful.

    Also, I ran it through the CSS validator and it came up ok apart from some Warnings I got, but other than those Warnings it is CSS valid.

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    hmmm... not sure but try adding a <br style="clear: both;"> under your header </div>.
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    Senior Member DesignBox's Avatar
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    that didn't work, now it looks like this on Apple's Safari: http://danvine.com/icapture/tmpss/71066.png


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