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    The site looks fine in FF but the div drops down in IE. Please help!!

    Here is the link
    http://moralesdesign.net/innate/index.html


    Im just starting to use CCS layouts and this is killing me!

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    The non-helpful posts have been removed, namely ALL of them. This forum is to help others, not to bicker at each other.

    Sorry I don't have a suggestion for you, but I can tell you it works fine in Opera and Chrome. There are some CSS code that are specific to IE that may help you out. BTW, what version(s) of IE did you test it with? I was able to duplicate the problem with IE 7.
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    i cant see the issue as i do not have IE7 but i am guessing you need to add overflow: hidden; to a CSS line.


    sorry for the negativity.

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    oh yes and 0 the margins if applicable, ie and others have dif rendering of body margins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wired
    The non-helpful posts have been removed, namely ALL of them. This forum is to help others, not to bicker at each other.

    Sorry I don't have a suggestion for you, but I can tell you it works fine in Opera and Chrome. There are some CSS code that are specific to IE that may help you out. BTW, what version(s) of IE did you test it with? I was able to duplicate the problem with IE 7.
    I hate bickering and only came here for help.

    I can only re-create with IE7. All other browsers look fine.

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    ie7 is what stops a lot of good css design.

    i dont see a class for the body.
    <body>
    <!--container-->

    i would use the following in your css, i use it anyway.

    body { margin: 0px; }

    ff and safari do not add margin to body by default but ie does. ie8 if not specified may or may not render in quirks mode is why it does not happen in 8. also i would look into the new meta tags for ie rendering so this issue doesnt come back as the site evolves. otherwise it will render willy nilly.

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