Help with an embeded object's position in IE. Ok with Firefox.

Crazy I can not get this to look correctly and I know that it is a simple code. Please visit the following URL and let me know if you can help!

When viewing in Firefox, the calendar shows up correctly.
When viewing in Internet Explorer, the calendar displays at the bottom of the page.

http://chrisschill.com/church/Calendar.html

IE7 creating gap between Nav and subcontent. working in all other browsers.

I'll post the essentials first.d

Live example:

www.dtarcieri.com

HTML:

<div id="wrapper">
<img class="main_image" src="images/DT.png" alt="DT Arcieri photograph" />
	<h1>DT Arcieri - playwright based in Long Island, New York</h1> 
 
    <ul id="nav">
	    <li class="selected"><a href="#" title="Homepage of DT Arcieri (You are already here)" class="selected"">Home</a></li>
    	<li><a href="plays.html" title="A thorough list of plays written by DT Arcieri">Plays</a></li>

background (image) position way off

Hi,

Can anyone see why the white background of "top_menu" is displayed all the way at the top of the page?
http://chesspoints.co.uk/beta_3.html
(with Firefox - not checked MSIE yet)

Browsershots:
http://browsershots.org/http://chesspoints.co.uk/beta_3.html

Been pulling my hair out about this. Starting to wish I had never started.

Thanks,
Chris

Fixed width menu plus content.

Hello, How can i create a fixed-width menu to the left with content to the right that fills up the rest of the page. ie, no auto-width, it needs to fill up all the way to the right edge.

So if you create a horizontal line in the content it will draw all the way to the right (except for some padding of course)

Check attached picture.

Attache Style to Container

Hello.
First off, I did trying and search, but I guess my terms maybe wrong, making my search string wrong also. Also I am a complete newbie, so please keep that in mind too Big smile

Now, I have a css file, with multiple css files within that one css file (using the normal "@import url..." etc. thats all fine. but I like to keep my coding and css clean and I am real anal about this. thats why I have a text.css and container.css.

Inside text.css I have style information for my footer for example.
inside container.css I have the container information for footer too for example.

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