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First of here's the link.

http://ctimesmedia.com/charlieconcepcion/portfolio/online_ads.html

http://ctimesmedia.com/charlieconcepcion/css/global.css

As I said on the subject, it looks the way I want it to look on IE7.

On IE6, it's perfect but one problem is that it has white space pixels at the bottom that I want to get rid of.

On Firefox 2, it looks fine but the margin where the pic on the right is, is off compared to Ie 7 and 6. I want it aligned with the left pic.

I'm doing this all this floats and div clearers. No relative or absolute positioning.

Any suggestions?

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The problem in FF is caused

The problem in FF is caused by the default margin on the <p> - setting it to 0 should fix it.

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You're a genius! problem

You're a genius! problem solved for FF.. How bout IE6.. its fine.. just the white space pixel at the bottom.. how do i get it rid of it..

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You have to modify the html

You have to modify the html as it comes from the last


Remove it and add overflow:auto in #content_holder

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THX it worked perfect!

THX it worked perfect!