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Anonymous
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Hello,

I am working on the home page of a website and I try to use css only and do without tables.

MsIe renders the page correctly but netscape completely ignores my float instruction.

Check for yourself on http://www.parispano.com/index2003.cfm

The problem seems to be in the middle_column and right_column blocks.

what am I getting wrong?

Thanks in advance,

Julien

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netscape 7 ignores my float

could you explain more, It looks fine from my end in Mozilla 1.3

-bMs-
http//www.blakems.com !important;

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netscape 7 ignores my float

Hello and thanks for your reply,
What happens is that with netscape the block/div which I have named right_column is not displayed on the right of the block/div named middle_column. Instead it is displayed BELOW.
I even try with Mozilla 1.4: the rendering is identical to that of netscape.
The rendering is completely different with MsIe.
I want the block starting with "anuncio selecctionado" to be displayed next to the block starting with "bienvenido a Parispano"
do you see my point?
thanks in advance,
Julien.

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netscape 7 ignores my float

Add float:right to the right-column, it'll work OK - but you may need to give the MAIN div a width to keep it the correct size.

You know you're a geek when you try to shoo a fly away from the monitor with your cursor.

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Thank you

Thank you very much dJomp. It works.
Balteo