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    Template help

    I purchased this template and see that it has a horizontal scroll bar when viewed at 800x600. I've looked and looked and even though the answer is probably right in front of me, I can't find what's causing it. Any ideas?

    URL - http://ez-service.com

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    Looks good to me, no scroll-bar.

    Not using IE5.5 are you? it has a faulty box-model which could cause this.
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    I'm using IE 5.

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    Using IE 5.0+ with a "full sized" minimized window there is a horizontal scroll bar, but when i click to convert the window to maximized the scroll bar disappears.

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    Might be worth upgrading.

    Its such a simple tabled layout, tho, its hard to see why it would look wrong in a browser as recent as five. Tables have been going for yonks.

    Also looks fine in Mozilla. I am using 800*600

    oh...might be worth setting a style for the body to have margin: 0px and padding: 0px. Might make the difference.
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    800x600 ie6.0 looks fine no horizontal scroll

    I did see a space where there shouild not be one in the td width tag at, sometimes you never know what could throw a browser off

    <TD valign=top width= 22><IMG SRC="images/index_13.gif" WIDTH=22 HEIGHT=301></TD>

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    Mozilla/5, IE5 and Opera7 w/o any horiz scroll at 800X600. You really should run the template thru Tidy and get the code cleaned up and convert it to CSS. I purchased a template at Template Monster for my company website and I had to redo all the code for it to even begin to work correctly.

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    Thanks for looking everybody. I can't upgrade IE here at work, though. I'll play around with the template some more.

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    updated http://ez-service.com - I think I got rid of the horizontal scroll bar at 800x600. There's still a scrollbar at 640, but I don't think I can fix that without editing the images and we all know that I'm graphically impaired. I've checked at 800x600 and 1024x768. Does anyone have any higher resolution? If so, how does it look there?



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