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IE display problem(s)

Sent by Holly Bergevin on 24 March 2006 22:10


From: "Connor Boyack" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>

>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)

Tested on the index.html page - 
 
Start by getting rid of the following - 

#leftnav, #content{ padding-bottom: 34277px; margin-bottom: -34267px; }

which is what is giving IE the willies. Then you can make further adjustments from there, such as
adding {position: relative;} to #leftnav and getting rid of the following selectors in the ie.css -


#container { height:100%; overflow:visible; }
#subcontainer{ height:100%; overflow:visible;}
#container { margin:0px; padding:15px; width:750px;}
#leftnav ul li { padding:0; margin-left:-10px;}
#leftnav ul li a { font-size:11px;}
#content { float:right; }

These changes will give you a more common place to start visually between FF and IE.

I hope that helps,

~holly  
 
                   
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