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  1. #1
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    I went on a CSS forum and haven't got any help. Has anyone come across this and do they know the solution.

    html www.jasonstanley.co.uk/code2.txt
    css www.jasonstanley.co.uk/style.txt


    The problem affects the whole but can be seen best with .loginheader and .leftcolumn

    Notice that with .loginheader i have the following

    margin-left:15px; _margin-left:7px;

    Ok, so thats 7px on IE and 15px on firefox. Now look at this IE screenshot. www.jasonstanley.co.uk/example.gif

    On firefox the User CP image is 1 px to the right so it aligns against the black line.

    With the .leftcolumn i have margin-left:14px;

    In firefox this puts it flush against the black line. In IE as you can see as you can see its some way off.

    This is all because IE is doubling up the pixels. On the loginheader its actually 14px, i can't align it because it if add another pixel it becomes 16 px.


    Has anyone come across this? Does anyone have a solution?

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  3. #2
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    I hate this I.E bug, luckily it comes with an easy fix.
    Simply add this line of CSS to the right section.

    HTML Code:
    display: inline;
    Hope that helps you

    Craig


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