CSS Alignment Issue with my CSS Rendered Calendar in IE8... Struggling to see what's wrong...

What've I done wrong...? See what's happening with my calendar here (I would C&P the source but it also has the entire php & javascript queries in it, so best if you check it out direct at site)

http://www.tuirennhurstfield.com/calendartrial.php

In IE8 the SUN & MON columns are replacing columns FRI & SAT and are pushing TUES-SAT down a level so they are below... This seems to only be happening in IE8, works fine in IE6, IE7, Safari and Firefox...

Horizontal menu not horizontal in IE6 and 7

This is what it looks like in IE7 and 6, http://www.easylån.no is the address.

		<div id="menu">
<ul id="nav">
<li class="page_item page-item-3"><a href="http://xn--easyln-mua.no/forbrukslan" title="Forbrukslån"><span>Forbrukslån</span></a></li>
<li class="page_item page-item-5"><a href="http://xn--easyln-mua.no/personlan" title="Personlån"><span>Personlån</span></a></li>

Internet Explorer Gradient Filter on Html Killing Body Background

Hi Everyone.

I have the following:

html { 
			background:	-moz-linear-gradient(
			    center bottom,
			    rgb(0,104,173) 0%,
			    rgb(0,141,207) 100%
			);
			background: -webkit-gradient(
			    linear,
			    left bottom,
			    left top,
			    color-stop(0, rgb(0,104,173)),
			    color-stop(1, rgb(0,141,207))
			);
			filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Gradient (GradientType=0,StartColorStr='#008dcf',EndColorStr='#0069ad');
			height: 100%; width:100%; 
		}
		body { 
			height: 100%; overflow: hidden; width:100%; 

wild CSS layout bug in IE... same pages, diffrent looks?!?!?

I’m trying to solve a weird IE bug, and am so confused as to why it’s doing this because it’s different on a few pages, but the css is all the same…

This is what it’s supposed to look like (works in IE on this page): http://test.chicagomusicexchange.com/charvel-san-dimas-style-2-2h-candy-apple-red-new/1-1,i-75634/

ie7 problem

Hi there,

I'm working on a website for a company. Most of the code was already available, but I had to do a lot of changing little things, like margins en padding's.

But I'm stuck on a problem with IE7.
Firefox.jpg
ie7.jpg
If you look at the images above you can clearly see the problem.
I've got 3 columns
#col1{float:left;width:204px;min-height:500px;margin-right:10px;margin-left:30px;position:relative;top:-50px;}

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