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Thread: Need some help

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    I know, I'm probably going to get killed for saying this, but I have a site that works in IE6/7 but doesnt quite work right in Firefox or Opera. I would hope there is a simple way to make it work in all 3 without too much effort. This site does use tables, since I wasnt bold enough to try an all div site.
    Take a look
    http://stone.he.net/~srfinc/watches/...=NOS&stw=0&p=1
    CSS file :
    http://stone.he.net/~srfinc/watches/watch_ff.css
    Thanks in advance
    Shayne

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    This is a tough one.

    It's really intermixed with tables and divs/classes ...

    The biggest problem I see is the wider gray space to the right of
    the picture (on Firefox), but not with IE. And the link "View Larger" is
    not positioned correctly.

    I of course would not use tables ... that would fix most of it, but you might
    do this: Make a copy of everything and then start taking things out. Like remove
    the image first and see which things change. Try to get to a point where things
    look the same between the two browsers as you remove things.

    Focus around the photo ...

    It would also be cool if the photo was a background image of a <div> and when
    you clicked on the three thumbnails below, using Javascripting, that photo would
    appear in the the <div> without refreshing the page. Could be done with an
    inline frame also <iframe> .... but that's a different story.

    EDIT: I just noticed on the main page you do what I was talking about.
    You should do the same thing on the other page as well.


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    Hmmm, I added margin-right: 10% to .orderWindow in the stylesheet and it seemed to look okay in Firefox after that. Maybe you should mess around with that margin-right instead of only specifying margin-left?
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