I have a problem with IE6 displaying (part of) some text twice. The page
advertises eight B&B properties, each in identical format. Underneath the last
entry, the last part of the last line is getting repeated at the
top of the footer (on the left).
There's no problem in FF3 or IE7, the HTML and CSS validate, I've looked at
'View Source' (in notepad) and there's no extra text there.
I thought it might be overflow (there's a hack in the CSS using overflow), so I
have made the div backgrounds transparent and outlined them black, for clarity.
No sign of repeated text on any but the last entry.
I've tried adding some extra text, and find that only the last eight characters
show ('y with us'). If I remove the words 'with us' then 'and stay' gets
repeated. I think that would rule out an overflow effect ?
It's not something peculiar to the CSS or content of the last div itself:
http://www.holidaymullandiona.co.uk/accn/bb-central-mull.php shows the same
page, but with the order of divs randomised. The extra text is shown no matter
which entry is last (different words, of course). (The order will change if you
refresh after 4 mins, or turn cookies off).
Can anyone help with this one, please ? I'm resigned to the fact that it's
probably something trivial I've overlooked.
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