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    I have built a website based around IE8
    www.jesseswebdesigns.com.au/autismpathways
    But when viewed in IE6 it's all messed up. Can anyone help me resolve this?
    Also is there a way you can have IE6 and IE8 running at the same time on the same computer? I had it working at one stage, but un sure what happened.
    Thanks

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    I struggled with it a while.

    Here's my mess:
    http://www.qbotz.com/jesse/

    Looks good with FF, but not IE6.

    It's that image on the right side of the header (banner)
    that is messing things up for me. Make that a part of the banner
    instead of sticking it there afterwards. That might help.

    The link images in the center part are also different sizes (H X W).
    they should all be the same size.

    This is the reason I no longer do any web design.
    Browser compatibility is too frustrating.
    I only spend time doing programming now days.

    Anyhow, you can view my HTML and CSS files to see what I did.


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    Hey,
    Thanks for your help. I will try that with the top right image.
    Do you know how to run IE6 and IE8 at the same time?

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    WDF Staff mlseim's Avatar
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    I have IE8, which can be run as IE7 by clicking the "compatibility icon" in the top bar.
    I can also run FF (FireFox). For IE6, I use a different PC.

    Most people are now moving away from IE6, so like IE5, it will become extinct.
    But it's still out there.


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    You can also try:

    http://spoon.net/browsers/

    or

    IETester (windows only)


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