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    Hello,
    My first CSS site was going fine; I was learning as I went and drawing from different resources. My code and CSS probably isn't very pretty ( I validated it, I know it needs to be cleaned up) but things were working. Then I went back and made some adjustments concerning the widths of my column divs. Now I find that Firefox is respecting the rightcolumn div (specifically: <div id="contentright">)but IE keeps kicking it to the bottom left. I've tried messing with the column lengths so everything fits accordingly as specified in the frame div width. Can anyone please take a look and offer a suggestion? thanks.

    http://www.brinjac.com/test/binnspark.html

  • #2
    Same problem

    I was going to post the exact same problem. An example from my website with the column issue is http://globalsistergoods.com/product.../totes/w65.htm

    I know that IE can be sensitive if you don't give it some breathing room, but that doesn't seem to help. Can anybody help?

    THANK YOU!!!!

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    • #3
      Firefox works fine. IE sucks. That's why you put a Google Referral button for Firefox and make some money, benefit yourself, benefit your website, benefit the users, and make some more money.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bz78 View Post
        Hello,
        My first CSS site was going fine; I was learning as I went and drawing from different resources. My code and CSS probably isn't very pretty ( I validated it, I know it needs to be cleaned up) but things were working. Then I went back and made some adjustments concerning the widths of my column divs. Now I find that Firefox is respecting the rightcolumn div (specifically: <div id="contentright">)but IE keeps kicking it to the bottom left. I've tried messing with the column lengths so everything fits accordingly as specified in the frame div width. Can anyone please take a look and offer a suggestion? thanks.

        http://www.brinjac.com/test/binnspark.html
        Whoa. You seriously need to update your doctype. HTML is currently in 4.01 not 3.2. Use
        Code:
        <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
        instead.

        @BenDesign you probably should have made your own thread rather than hijacking this one. There are a lot of questions just like yours and the OP. Most of the time it simply not understanding the box model. Look into it.
        ||||If you are getting paid to do a job, don't ask for help on it!||||

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        • #5
          I have restyled the right column using a list for my links. However, I need to find a way to control the line lengths so the links stay in the right column space. Seemingly, changing the width on the UL, LI or container div doesn't do the trick...
          http://www.brinjac.com/test/education.html

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