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    Hello,
    I am having issues with IE 6 and only IE 6 making my entire page wider than it should be on the right side. Could anyone help me out and let me know how this is fixable? I have a CSS file setup to fix things in IE 6.

    You can see the website by going to http://www.paysonsecure.com/betterbuiltbasements if you have IE 6 or you can see the error in the image attached.
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    Try putting a max-width: on your ie6 css for your wrapper or container wrapper. The code would be ie6{max-width:960px; width:960px;} <!-- or something along those lines -->

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    Looks like the good old IE6 double issue. in your navigation li try adding float: left; display: inline that should work, also your tab "customer login" is breaking on two lines. You will want to fix that.

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    Just in case someone stumbles onto this thread at a later time....


    Try putting a max-width: on your ie6 css for your wrapper or container wrapper. The code would be ie6{max-width:960px; width:960px;} <!-- or something along those lines -->
    IE6 DOES NOT SUPPORT the max-width attribute... even if it's in a conditional statement or a separate IE only css sheet.

    http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_dim_max-width.asp

    see the "browser support" section of that page.


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