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    I am working on a website for a business. This is my first one to do, and I'm learning everything from books. I've finished the homepage, FINALLY, but I have one slight problem! It renders differently when I look at it in IE. I built the page in Dreamweaver CS3 in a liquid layout, not realizing I should've used a fixed layout so the text wouldn't render in some weird way. My CSS book mentions very little about converting, but I don't know very much about coding right now and I'm afraid to mess everything up if I try to figure out what the directions mean. Thanks.


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    Let us see the website,
    that's the best way we can help you ... by seeing what you have (online for real).

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    Yes it is possible to convert a liquid layout to a fixed layout. Itís a piece of cake. Liquid layout means that all widths -- web page, columns, text ... --, have set in %-s, you should only converte them in px-s, thatís all, nothing else.

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