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    Question Webpage problems

    Hi there,

    This is my first post :-)

    I'm have a hard time finishing my webpage.

    The first problem that I have is that the "Follow us on" along with the icons (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) are too much to the bottom- they are touching the menu. I tried to add padding but it did not help. How can I solve this problem?

    Another problem is that the website display differently in IE and in Google Chrome.

    For example, the </p> is normally enough to cause a new paragraph (but only in IE 11 will you see that there is indeed a new paragraph). In Google Chrome I have to type </p> and a </br> to see that there is indeed a new paragraph!

    The other problem is that the "website-HEADER.jpg" needs to go a little upwards and I'm unable to achieve this. I will appreciate your help. I am posting the HTML and the CSS codes.
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    You're better off uploading the page somewhere and sharing the link. Even though the forum allows for uploads, people generally are reluctant to download files.
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    Senior Member DC Web Design's Avatar
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    I didn't look at the files. But it sounds like you may have some validation errors. Can you try running the code in here and see what comes back? The W3C Markup Validation Service

    I'm guessing you might have an unclosed <p> tag or something that's causing the paragraphs to not render properly.

    You may also want to try margin instead of padding to get spacing between images.


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