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    Question Also having div probs: Ok in FF, eeww in IE

    Hi Everyone,

    I have learned so much in reading this site today. I am looking to have a uniform look to my site in both IE and FF. It appears to look great (to me, anyway) in FF, but in IE, the divs seem to be off (for example, the one with the city names in the upper right corner as well as the menu under the graphic on the left).

    I am not sure if this is a CSS issue, as I have checked my css file or an HTML problem.

    Can someone lead me in the right direction?

    Thank you!

    http://www.onceuponyourwedding.com
    http://www.onceuponyourwedding.com/stylesheet.css

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    Re: Also having div probs: Ok in FF, eeww in IE

    Look pretty sweet in IE7 - but there are alot of difference in CSS rendering between the current crop of browsers, especially FF & IE5/6
    If you look at it in Opera, you'll probably get different results again!

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    Re: Also having div probs: Ok in FF, eeww in IE

    Thanks Dead

    Do you think its something I should worry about? The div layers in my vs of IE (prob 6..haven't bothered to upgrade since FF) look a bit off...as well as the dots in the cities (they look a little big).

    Let me know what you think.

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    Re: Also having div probs: Ok in FF, eeww in IE

    IE7 is in beta, so you'll undoubtedly be using 5 or 6.
    I'd spend a bit of time tidying up the quirks of IE - it does have a major market share, after all.
    Google for "Internet Explorer CSS hacks" and see what comes up - most of it's failings have workarounds in the net.
    As I always do, I'll suggest looking at www.cssplay.co.uk as there are some fascinating techniques on there for you to take apart and adapt to your own needs - and no Java hacks!



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