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Graybeard
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I converted my site from tables to CSS and it looks fine in my ie6 browser, but when I look at it with Opera 6.4 or Mozilla, it is a mess. The content section stretches to the right and requires scrolling. And on long pages, the content runs over the footer. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? The site is http://www.graybeardpress.com
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nswan
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Browser problems

Graybeard
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Most of Problem Fixed

thanks for the info; it fixed most of my problems. Somewhere or another, I picked up a style setting width and height to 100%. I removed them from each page and everything works fine in my browsers (I haven't uploaded them yet.) My pages are set up with a header at the top, menu on the left, content on the right and a footer at the bottom. The problem I have now is on pages that have short content; the footer is raised up to the bottom of the content section and overwrites the menu section. Any solutions other than fluffing out the content? Thanks again.

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Browser problems

Quote:

See Site Information
for content warnings,
privacy statement, and
other site information.

In IE 6 on PC overlaps right and bottom borders on home, and right borders on all.

By that I mean the text gets shown above the border lines, ala the attachment.