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anoki2
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Hey Guys... I'm all over the web trying to get myself an education in CSS, but I'm hitting some roadblocks...

I work on Mac and am redoing my company website a la CSS, but I am having a heck of a time to get it to work correctly in IE/WIN (of course)...

I've been all over the internet and just don't know if it's a box model prob, a Float/Clear/etc. CSS prob, or an HTML prob...

I'm all valid, as far as the validators tell me (except embedding a flash object, but that's on a different page....

Anyway, here's the site:

nogooddesigns.com/newsite/homepage.html

It looks great on Mac IE, Firefox, Safari and WIN/Firefox...

Just a little help is all I ask... Thanks[/url]

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A little help can do a whole lot...

In the ngdhome.css file, I quickly added the following lines which fixed the problem in IE6 at least

* html div#content 
{
			width: 330px;
}

* html div#content img
{
			width: 295px;
}

You may want to give the img an ID to only effect this one just to be safe.

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Totally...

Thank you very much, sir... I decided last night to give the csscreator for which this forum credits it's life to and am running some tests to see if the one they provide stays stable throughout a series of changes that I made to my original site...(I have no Dell at home, only Mac, so I gotta stagger it for when I go to work to see the changes... blows) the unseen format this evening so far is:

numero ein
numero zwie
numero drie
numero vier
numero fünf

See anything I don't yet?

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A little help can do a whole lot...

From a quick glance and a quick test in various things they all look good - clearly fünf is better than ein Wink

Only thing I noticed that on IE6 the two yellow lines below the home logo on the right were absent but present in FF.

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A little help can do a whole lot...

Yeah, that was a cute little thing I got outta a book... obviously it doesn't work everywhere :? ...

So, I've transferred everything to my new template have uploaded it here.

It used to look like this (which works in everything except IE/Win)...

I shall now call my co-worker and have her try to tell me where and what breaks on her PC...

Question: Anyone see what's causing that odd top and left padding in the sidebars on IE/Win? I love help.