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    Sorry I don't have a link at the moment. The site is very much in the testing phases (embarrased). I might PM it to someone if need be.

    I have a basic question. I'm redesigning my site now, and I'm doing a good job of testing it in Mozilla and IE simultaneously. However, I've hit a stump.

    One page goes 3 div containers deep. I've got a center column, then a container that basically holds everything in a nice row that I put thumbnails in, and each thumbnail (plus caption) is in a smaller container.

    It looks something like
    center column->row->thumnbail holder
    The thumnbail div container is necessary to hold the caption (and for a border if I ever deem it necessary).

    Mozilla problem:
    If I use all three div containers, my links don't work. I've quadruple checked, and the <a href>'s are syntaxed properly, but they don't appear as links when viewing the page. I can cut out the 'row' container, and do something like center column->thumbnail holder, then use <br> to break into a new row whenever I want. It displays fine, and the links work fine, however, that gives rise to the IE problem.

    IE problem:
    In IE, I need all three of those containers. If I try center column->thumbnail (which works in Mozilla) and then use line breaks to start a new row of thumbnails, they're out of alignment. However, in this situation, the <a href>'s work.

    Most everything else I've been able to work around. The only thing I can do in this case is fall back to using a table, unless I'm missing some underlying problem here.

    I'm using Perl to code the site. It's possible to use different formats depending on the browser, but I just don't think it should be that way.



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