Attache Style to Container

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.

Extending green background color in a wordpress column and fixing IE left justified issue

Hi. I'm new to WordPress and this forum and a beginner with CSS. I'm having lots of issues with my layout but my most immediate need is to extend the green color of the navigation bar down to the bottom of the columns, and to fix the IE issue with the green color being left justified. I'm using IE 7.0 and WordPress 2.9.

The site is a WordPress site and isn't working quite right but you can at least see what I mean

Any help anyone can give would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

UL Positioning Keeps Breaking

I have been battling with a positioning problem that I can't seem to solve on my own.

Slider *ie* Help Please!


I'm having a few issues with my css file.
My slider is not showing up at all in ie, and the menu is a little bit off.
Can someone please help me?

Here is the test page:


Here is the css code for the slider:

a img {
border : 0;
div.wrap-header {
width : 661px;
text-align : left;
div#top div#nav {
float : left;
clear : both;
width : 661px;
height : 52px;

*New page* Feedback

this page is not designed by me, but I need feedback to try to explain for a customer that it really needs a redesign. I't may seem like it's designed around the 90's, but its actually a product of 2010. So please, help me out here!
The Site

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