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joshpeek
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Can some please check my site in IE 6/5.5 and offer suggests to fix it.

http://www.joshpeek.com/

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Layout Breaks In IE

In #sidebar, remove all reference to width. The default is good enough.

cheers,

gary

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Thanks, that fixes it sort of. There still seems to be a padding problem.

Also, one of the original problems was the content is 1 px left of the background.

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Hi

Just looked at your site on XP and you have a issue on IE 6.0.2. The layout is all fine except your right hand content appears at the bottom of the page. I have attached a screen shot for you. It all looks fine on Opera 7.5.4, Firefox 0.9.3, Netscape 7.0 and Mozilla 1.7.2.

I hope this helps and if you want me to test it again for you let me know.

Cheers

Darren

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Weird, my friend sent me a screen shot and there was some extra top and left padding/margin/something on the sidebar.

I also noticed the footer problem but I have no idea how to fix it.

In Mozilla/Netscape I saw a red line running across the top. I think its because I moved the header text off the page. Does anyone notice that either?