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    word is slightly lower on p.c.

    word is about 5 pixels lower on i.e. 6 for p.c.



    positioning perfect in (for mac)

    safari 1 , netscape 7, i.e. 5.3.



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    #logo {
    z-index:3099;
    position:absolute;
    color: white;
    width: 110px;
    top: 90px;
    left: 636px;
    font: normal 18px Helvetica, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;
    }

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    Henrik,

    I notice a difference in how your page is displayed on Gecko-based browsers and IE 6; some of the borders are thicker in different places, which throws off your text (absolutely positioned).

    I also noticed you specified the transitional DOCTYPE. The first thing I would do is change the DOCTYPE to strict; this eliminates many problems across browsers; however, you will almost certainly need to modify your HTML to display as intended.



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