I had finally figured out that it was the use of the italic but I
couldn't come up with a work around except changing to a sans-serif
font and no italic.
On May 26, 2005, at 2:27 AM, Bruno Fassino wrote:
> Michael Cassidy wrote:
>> I have a bar that I want to extend across the top of my page.
>> It works on all my pages except one; and on that one on my Mac's
>> browsers but not using Explorer in Windows.
>> The bar across the top will extend if I just have a single
>> baptism; two
>> or more and suddenly in moves in on the right slightly.
> I'm not sure if what I'm looking at is exaclly the same thing you were
> referring to, anyway you have a problem caused by the italics (plus
> justification) used in the "sponsor." In these conditions IE/Win
> makes a box wider than necessary, so your <p> are wider, and the blue
> bar appears shorter. You should see the problem even with a single
> it depends on the window's width, which make the italics to wrap
> (resize the brower's window slowly in the horizontal direction: you
> see the problem appear and disappear.)
> You can try this fix: Add "overflow: visible" to your div#outside.
> more here 
>  http://www.positioniseverything.net/explorer/italicbug-ie.html
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