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Stephen.gilkes
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If you have a look at this page in Firefox (it shows OK in IE6)

http://www.club-shopper.co.uk/index.asp

There is a grey box at the bottom left of the page. This should be white. Its caused by the fact that the navigation at the left is a div that ends when the content ends (which then shows the background page colour).

The containing Div has a background of white but for some reason Firefox does not show the colour of the DIV as it only contains 2 other divs.

This problem also shows in this page:

http://www.mrlinsurance.co.uk/

If you look at the page in IE6 there is a background photo. This photo disappears in Firefox.

Any ideas on what to do?

quince
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Making the complete border white

For the first one, try entering the following before <div id="btmbdr"> at the bottom:

<div style="clear: both;">ampersand#160;</div>

Where "ampersand" is, replace it with &. For some reason the code view changes it if you try to put in the whole phrase.

I've seen that in typepad's templates and it seems to solve the problem for FF.

Not sure about the problem in the second one, perhaps it will fix that too...[/code]

Stephen.gilkes
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Making the complete border white

Brilliant. Thanks very much!!!