On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 01:55:42 -0500, VS. D. [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> The page works fine on Mac (safari, FF, IE) but I've been told that in
> Win IE the footer is appearing up and to the right of the header. The
> person who has told me this isn't really computer literate and is unable
> to send me a screengrab so I'm very confused as to what's happening.
> Here's the page (the site hasn't launched yet but everything but the
> above problem should look fine. Please let me know if that's not the
> Anyone have any idea why this would be happening? I've only ever done
> one other CSS page before so please be gentle.
> Thank you!
The footer breaks at 1280 in XP_SP2 IE6.0.
You neglected to clear it.
Add: <br class="cleard" />
Did you mean to write "cleared," if so change both the CSS & HTML to read
Validate your CSS. You have no closing brace on the last declaration, and
an empty declaration on .null.
Some browsers ignore underscores in the CSS, you might use hyphens instead.
The link to your external style sheet should below, rather than above the
Someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but I do not believe you need this
declaration <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> above the doctype.
There are a number of errors on the HTML file. including misplaced </div>.
Tidy Online <http://infohound.net/tidy/> will point these out, and assist
in correcting them.
Validate your (X)HTML file.
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