I am not any kind of expert. I know limited html and build basic sites. I just finished with my latest and greatest http://www.newhampshirereal-estate.com since I just got my re license. Great to combine the two worlds.
My css is at http://www.newhampshirereal-estate.com/rebecca.css
Well, when you scroll to the bottom of my site, you will see all of the nh towns. Click on one and up pops the listings. The listings are generated from an asp.net code coming from another site who deals in mls listings. (I tried doing it myself...to no avail). If you click on any listing, up pops the listing details.
In firefox it shows beautifully, in ie it will not show in the middle table as it should (in the content section of my css) but it shows at the bottom.
Is this my css? Any thoughts?
also, I have widened it, and that didn't work.
I've had this happen because
I've had this happen because of the div declaration sequence.
Maybe the sequence of your divs in the body is causing the problem. Without absolute positioning, IE 6 likes to see things appear left-to-right in the html body. Otherwise it locates divs in the order in which they are declared. You have your "extras" div declared before "contents". Try switching the two and see if it makes a diff.
Try removing the whitespace
Try removing the whitespace before the doctype for starters. IE & quirksmode.
Got it working, did all of the above and also, most importantly, realized that my entire header was not pulling up on that page including the doctype. Sometimes, the answer is so dumb...