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This layout should be finished now. I would like to know if it really apears correct in all IE browsers. Opera and Mozilla would be interesting as well if they differ from firebird 0.8 and Opera 7.23.

http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/test4/cqa.htm
Screenshot:http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/test4/Bildschirmphoto35.png

Any comments on the layout would be great as well.
(The links do not work)

Thanks,
Matthias

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please test in IE browsers

Hi

There are obvious differences between IE 6 and Mozilla. In IE 6, the screen scrolls off the page to the right by the width of the vertical scrollbar. It doesn't look good.

Similarly, the text block in the middle (Was ist Qualitätsmanagement?) does the same, whereas in Mozilla it sits nicely in the middle with plenty of space to the right.

Safari 1.2 (Mac) looks like Mozilla, except the font weights are heavier. See here at this link

http://capture.danvine.com/results/82768.png

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Look carefully at the image and you will see that the header graphics do not extend full width, and the breadcrumb navigation bar doesn't either, but this ends one pixel before the header does.

Hope this helps.

Trevor

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please test in IE browsers

The site is now nearly finished - the layout has change slidly. It would be great to here the opinions about the whole layout and structure (I however do not expect you to understand the content...)
http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/
Please test in IE browsers. (IE 5.0 should work fine)

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There are obvious differences between IE 6 and Mozilla. In IE 6, the screen scrolls off the page to the right by the width of the vertical scrollbar. It doesn't look good.

I did not really understand the problem. Could you post an screenshot if the problem still exists. Thanks

problems that I could find so far are extreme errors (padding?) in opera 5 and a problem with the menu in Mozilla 1.0. The site must work in IE 5 to 6 (> 90% of customers) so that does not matter that much.

Matthias Pospiech

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please test in IE browsers

Hi

The problems I saw have now gone away.

Trevor
PS Looks nice and clean design. Kudos. Cool

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screenshots

IE6/WindowsXP:
At 800x600 the page scrolls, right side and bottom are not in view (see attached gifs). At 1024x768 the whole page displays - full screen..
HTH