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ericksoncl23
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Hi, I'm new to the site. I came across this site using google.

Anyways I've been building a site in Joomla for my friend. It looks great in Firefox. However in IE the backgrounds in some of the modules don't extend all the way down so it looks like crap.

Here's the site.
http://testngt.dnsalias.com
CSS
http://testngt.dnsalias.com/templates/siteground-j15-48/css/template.css

I've been looking and looking at it with no luck. You guys have any ideas?

Thanks,

Chris

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Holy crap thats alot of

Holy crap thats alot of divs!!! wow, you should be using lists, not divs. Ok, try adding overflow:hidden to containers.

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Yeah the virtumart component

Yeah the virtumart component makes those divs. They like their divs I guess.

I'm not the greatest at CSS(that's why I'm here) but what do you mean by containers? Each module?

This is what I added in the .module
.module {
color: #FFF;
overflow: hidden;
}

is for each section on the page.

I tried exactly this and looks like it didnt work :shrug:

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no. The container divs that

no. The container divs that hold everything. These divs currently dont have ID's or classes. They open right before your 's.