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    Looks great in FF/Safari/Opera, but in IE positioning is off

    I'm not sure what I need to change here. Something I've done is not compatible with IE, and the position is getting thrown off.

    If you view my page in FF, it looks great:
    Please copy and paste but remove the center. I can't have the entire correct URL posted.
    http://www.brookstropicals.com/Uniq_...niq_fruit.html

    But if you view it in IE 7.0, the description text gets pushed up and the green nutritional info gets put underneath it.

    If anyone can shed any insight on what I may be doing wrong, I'd really appreciate it!

    Thank you in advance.
    Last edited by mickapoo; 04-01-2009 at 09:30 PM.

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    I don't know this looked okay in ie6 and ie7 to me
    infinityspiral.com

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    Really? That's strange. You're the only person I've shown this to you that has said that! The IE version is putting that green rectangular "Nutritional Info" button down to the bottom left, and then that is pushing the black "Description" text on top of the image in the upper left. In FF, the "Description" text is down off of that fruit image, and the green "Nutritional Info" box is to the right of it.

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    Yeah it actually doesn't do that for me in ie6 or ie7. I'm on a tablet pc though so my screen resolution is limited to 1024x768. I was also testing in FF3, are you working in FF2?
    infinityspiral.com

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