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    Junior Member danburke's Avatar
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    Agh, IE is so bad. Heres my latest problem: I'm making a tabless layout, but in IE the image in the top left corner doesnt line up with the top bar. The websites still pretty rudimentry at this point, but I want to get this fixed early. Thanks in advance.

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    [deleted]This is almost certainly an issue due to the margins IE places on the html element. Try setting margin: 0 for the html and body elements and see if that does anything.[/deleted]

    Never mind, I misread your problem.

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    Well ... in order for us to help you, you'll need to put this online. Giving us the coe alone doesn't help since the problem is with images and well ... we don't have the images. Lord knows there are plenty free hosting available.
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    Dan ...

    You're seeing a nasty IE problem. I hope they fix this with version 7.

    You now have this:

    <div class="page">

    <div class="top">

    <img src="images/top.png" class="top" alt="Lydon Building and Remodeling" />

    </div> <!-- End of Top Div -->

    <div class="container">




    Take out white space so it looks like this:

    <div class="page">
    <div class="top"><img src="top.png" class="top" alt="Lydon Building and Remodeling" /></div><!-- End of Top Div -->
    <div class="container">



    I think it has to do with the nested "top class" within the "top class" ...

    In any event, IE does not like white spaces, tabs or carriage returns.

    That will fix your problem.


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    Thanks, its really dumb that IE cant handle carriage returns.

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    Tell me about it. I just fixed a problem in a webapp where IE was sticking spacing between list elements because there was Javascript in between them. Unbelievable...


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