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pavid
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Hi there,

Pretty new here, but it is a great site, and i hope it can help me out.

I have made a website for my friends parents company.

Its pretty much there, one last page to do (using PHP form, so still working on that) but the thing i am most worried about is how it looks online in different browsers.

this is it so far, how i want it on dreamweaver. but there are parts that change when its online, and its really frustrating.

http://davidpullen.co.uk/

any help and comments on the site would be great!

thanks a lot

dave

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did anyone manage to check

did anyone manage to check it out?

the problems i come across are,

the ap div (white header 100% across top) seems to be left-0 relative to the wrapper rather than the body tag., so it shifts over to the logo.

the footer at the bottom seems to rise up and layer over the top of the main content text

here is what it looks like in IE.. :shrug:
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http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3544/3793627434_091d5fbfd5_o.jpg[/url]

cheers

dave

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pavid, Looks good in

pavid,

Looks good in Firefox on the Mac. If you are working on a PC download IETester http://www.my-debugbar.com/wiki/IETester/HomePage. At least you will be able to check IE5 - IE8. I would also recommend downloading Opera, and Camino.