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Hi ,
I finally published my website and to my frustration the layout of my page seems to have gone haywire only in Internet Explorer (not sure about all versions, but there is definitely a problem in IE 7). It's fine in Firefox and Safari. It's just a hobby website, but I'm using it for a portfolio to get a job at my university, so I'd really appreciate your help if you know what the problem could be.

The url is: goldr.byethost12.com

As you can see, the rightbar should be inside of the large pink box that all of the page content is in, but in IE it's floating to the right side for some reason, off of the main content box and off of the page practically. I'm unsure of what could be causing this css screw up to occur only in IE.

Thanks a lot!
-M

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Let's get your 36 errors in

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Ok, thanks, fixed those. The

Ok, thanks, fixed those. The problem still remains in IE. Any ideas? The way I want it to appear is as it does in Firefox, Safari, etc.

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Got it! Added a conditional

Got it! Added a conditional IE style sheet.