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    Im building a website and have run into a bit of a brick wall.

    The following page looks perfect in firefox, but not so perfect in IE:
    http://mobixsa.com.br/index-1.html


    There are supposed to be 2 columns, 1 row.

    In firefox there is no problem, but in IE 6 and 7 (havent tested 8) the second column appears as a second row.

    Ive used CSS to build the page.

    On the page im using a javascript to manege some content (its very simple).
    I believe its an issue with my <div>'s on Line 170. If i remove one tho, the page looks great in IE, but the functionality of my java slider stops...

    Can anyone take a look at it for me and give me ideas?

    Thank you!

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    My hunch, without looking too deep, is that the width of your two columns
    exceeds the width of the wrapper, so they collapse.

    Looking at layout.css, sort of a confusing method of setting the layouts
    for each page. It would be easier to make a template that works the same
    for all pages.

    Could be an issue of too many <div>s floated left ... they exceed 1000 pixels.
    But there is just too many CSS rules ... I can't determine which ones are for
    which pages.

    How to troubleshoot this ....
    Save an original copy and then start removing <div>...</div> sections one
    at a time until the problem goes away.

    also ...
    That scrolling title thing is sort of annoying.


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    thank you for the reply! Im going to take your advice, also I agree that the scroller is annoying :P It was not my idea =D


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