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This issue occured on my background image ( gradation bar ) at the bottom of my right menus (www.neth.uni.cc), the problem is when I viewed in IE6. Both firefox and opera display this image just fine.

Any idea..?
thanks - RIO

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Add height:1%; (between

Add height:1%; (between conditional comments for IE) in .module to trigger hasLayout

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*edited

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My previous issue has been solved thanks to DanA, however here comes another IE 6 display issue, see my site here : http://neth.uni.cc/

I added background color to my login module
[code]#menu .module-grey div div div {padding-bottom:30px;background: #f1f1f1 url(../images/menu_bot.jpg) no-repeat 0 100%!important;height:1%;}[code]

This make an unwanted grey bar above login module appear only in IE6.

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Help please...

Help please...

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margin or padding

Hi yoneth,
It looks like either padding in the div or margin on the h3.
Try playing around with those and you should find a solution.

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thanks csscr now everthing

thanks csscr now everthing look nice

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Different site with same IE6 display problem

This is my other site with similiar IE6 display issue : http://www.7-j.uni.cc/test/

Above link displayed properly in either opera and firefox. The problem is on top menu, IE6 render top menu tabs like a ladder.

any help would greatly appreciated.

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Use display:inline; in

Use display:inline; in #mainlevel-nav li
use position:relative in #text

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Thanks DanA

Your help was really great, thanks