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    Senior Member simpleurl's Avatar
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    Hey,

    I'm currently developing a new part of my site... the whole thing and ive come across a problem...

    My site displays fine in Firefox V1.5 and Opera... but as usual not Internet explorer...

    here is my css http://www.simpleurl.co.uk/style.css
    and the page template http://www.simpleurl.co.uk/index.html

    could someone please help

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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    I haven't looked through the code that much, but some observations:
    • You are using valid markup and style
    • In your CSS, you're not using any selectors that IE doesn't support
    • I have a hunch you're using floats without proper clearing (or, more accurately, using floats correctly and not using some clearing hack for IE)
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    Senior Member simpleurl's Avatar
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    clearing hack !?!

    you mean like in my css...

    #idtag{
    clear: both}

    etc...?

    [edit] SORTED, thanks!

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    As a note i see no problum with your page... renders fine for me
    Thee Pyro Wolf

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    My favourite IE hack is the _ (underscore), `cos it`s easy for me to remember.....

    all the css compliant browsers ignore the _ , but lovely IE6 still reads and executes it

    .test { width:500px;
    _width:480px;
    background-image:compliant.png;
    _background-image:non_compliant.png;
    }

    you get the idea

    and it`s easy to search for and kill off whenever IE7 comes around (well, not kill off, just put into a 'conditional comment'.


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