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  1. #1
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    Hey everyone

    I seem to have a small bug on my website :
    Can you see the small alignment issue on the middle header? The about image. It is about 1px too high or too low compared with the left and right columns, does anyone have an idea on how to fix this? it is driving me mad!


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    WDF Staff mlseim's Avatar
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    That's one of the problems with using Position "absolute" or "relative" ...
    It causes problems with browser differences. With FF, it's off by one pixel,
    with IE6.0, it's right-on.

    Try displaying <div>'s without positioning, or use the same position technique
    for all three ... I see that the center part is positioned differently than the other two.

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    Junior Member simplewebs's Avatar
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    As mlseim said, if you don't want to modify too much, just set the #ContentData padding-top:26px;

    And I found that the input "GO" buttom is not align correct. Maybe you should set #clientlogin input as vertical-align:middle

    The next time you do this about three colum, the best way is use float, that the left colum float left, and the right bolum float right, the middle colum not float just set margin-left and margin-right.

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