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wmike
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Hi all,

I have a completed site ready to go live.

http://www.wrightplace.co.uk/barnhouse/

In IE 7 it displays fine - in Firefox it breaks. I know this is a problem with divs and floats - I just can't seem to get my head around it.

If I fix it in Firefox by applying a float it then breaks in IE (the email link in the left navbar stops functioning). I think this must be caused by an overlapping div - I just can't see it.

I am pulling my hair out - what's left of it.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Cheers!

Mike

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Tariff

Hi, the tariff link seems to work in both Firefox and IE 6. Have you checked that link in IE7?

wmike
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Problem solved

Hi,

Thanks for taking a look.

I identified the problem eventually.

On the index page there were three images. One of these images was floated in a 'span' tag. This was sitting inside 'p' tags. Obviously, IE didn't like this. I removed the 'span' tags from the 'p' tags. In fact, I went one step further and removed the 'span' and just floated the 'img'.

Voila! Problem solved.

Cheers!

Mike