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IE display problem(s)

Sent by Connor Boyack on 24 March 2006 21:09


Both pages are now valid XHTML and CSS.  Anybody have any ideas?

The links are:

http://connorboyack.com/junk/tlr/index_short.html  (page w/ short content)
http://connorboyack.com/junk/tlr/index.html (page w/ long content)

Thanks,
Connor

On 3/24/06, Ed Seehouse [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
>
> On 3/24/06, Connor Boyack [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
>
> > So I just created a new mockup for a site, and when I went to view it in
> IE,
> > I was quite amazed with how messed up the design was... I've spent some
> time
> > trying to fix it, but have been rather unsuccessful in doing so.
>
> >.. but in IE, it's totally busted!  I'm not sure what the major
> > culprit is in my CSS that is causing this, and I've been looking for a
> > while.
>
> Well, the first thing is to get your xhtml code valid.  The W3C
> validator a bunch of syntax  errors in your code and it's pretty hard
> to diagnose a CSS problem when the xhtml isn't valid.  In fact the CSS
> validator refused to check it because the xhtml is not valid.  Invalid
> xhtml can do a lot of strange things to your layout.
>
> --
> Ed Seedhouse
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