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nress
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I am having an issue with floating div's in firefox. It is hard to explain so below is the link to the site I am having the problem with as well as the code. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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http://linuxdev.ribbitt.com/leapfrog2k7/interior.php

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<?php require("includes/header.php"); ?>

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You haven't cleared your

You haven't cleared your floats.

IE is incorrectly expanding the parent element to enclose the floated children.

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Yes. You are seeing an IE

Yes. You are seeing an IE bug and Firefox is performing perfectly.

IE7 is 10 years behind the standards or wrong.
But it works in IE!
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I still pretty new to CSS,

Im still pretty new to CSS, what is the proper way to clear the floats?

Thanks so much for you help

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I just figured it out. Thank

I just figured it out. Thank guys for you help. Much appreciated.

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How did you clear them?

How did you clear them? There are numerous ways, I just want to check you've done it the proper way Wink

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I added an "overflow: auto;"

I added an "overflow: auto;" to the container.

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Superb, simplest way to do

Superb, simplest way to do it Laughing out loud Glad you figured it out for yourself!

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