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    IE6 Hack needed

    Howdy,

    Ive been developing a website for some time now and I seem to have run into a snag. I'm using an altered wordpress for content management for my website. I seem to be running into a problem with IE6 not IE7 or Firefox just IE6. The thumbnail pictures for my java script shadow box are not correctly allgining in IE6. What hack do I need to fix this.

    the website is www.plastic-craft.com

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    Looks fine in my IETester version of IE6.

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    Im sorry its happening in 7.0

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    Can't see a problem in my IETEster version of IE7, either. Nor when running straight IE8 in compatibility view.

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    For instances on this page the thumbnails are supposed to be located on the right hand side of the page instead if you were to view them in IE7 they end up directly beneath the text to the left. Maybe its not an error prob more like a formatting this. Like other browsers are reading it the way its supposed to be but IE7 isn't.

    Check out this link

    http://www.plastic-craft.com/industr...armaceuticals/

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    just try some width that is less than 50% for content or gallery area or both

    IE hates it if elements are put together by floating them too exactly

    right now you have just a break because IE considers 50%+50%>100%
    god knows why


    cu
    huckepick

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    Hey thanks man that worked IE stinks all I had to do was change it 1% on either one and it fixed it.

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