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    Arrow 2px Center DIV Offset Between Browsers

    http://76.12.88.190/Verified-Wholesalers/index.html

    Search 790px in source. When widened to 792px, the content and footer divs line right up neatly in FF. Not so in IE. Diabolic shenanigans I tell you. So what's the prob and who's prob is it? Maybe another way to go about this?
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    Fyi

    I know how you feel at 1am working on a pet project since your off of work at the hostel..

    So you know, every-other pixel-width I tested in FF (latest) shows a slight break in the alignment of the 'top' and 'middle' images for the content-areas background.

    Your welcome in 2 hours.

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    I'm bamboozled. I was able to line it up in my FF.

    http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/1222/ffvieky6.jpg

    :0'' '
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    Lines up in both browsers
    At least 98% of internet users' DNA is identical to that of chimpanzees

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    And I thought I was going crazy. The first time around I clicked the link I posted and everything lined up perfectly in both browser.... I HADN'T CHANGED ANYTHING. Then it offset the next day I looked at it. I'm tellin you it's possessed.
    [[ Impact Web Media and Print Design | TheWebRockstar.com ]]

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    Don't know about your problem, but if you're interested in browser effects on your page:

    browsershots.org

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