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    New IE7 Problems

    I fixed my old page up a bit... But please help me out here. On IE7 only (it works on IE6 and IE8), when you load the page initially, everything breaks.

    But as you continue clicking links, the page fixes itself. I've verified this on other computers.

    http://ola4.aacc.edu/virtualcampus2/


    Now, it also overflows the text outside of the container, but that's less of a problem than it initially breaking.

    PLEASE help.

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    It "initially" breaks because when you click on links, the content of the content div changes. My guess, right off the bat, is the unnecessary float clearing div in the content container:

    HTML Code:
    <div style="clear: both;"></div>
    Remove it and clear floats using the following method:
    http://www.quirksmode.org/blog/archi...ng_floats.html


    Also, it's not a good idea for SEO to have your content only available through AJAX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aj_nsc View Post
    It "initially" breaks because when you click on links, the content of the content div changes. My guess, right off the bat, is the unnecessary float clearing div in the content container:

    HTML Code:
    <div style="clear: both;"></div>
    Remove it and clear floats using the following method:
    http://www.quirksmode.org/blog/archi...ng_floats.html


    Also, it's not a good idea for SEO to have your content only available through AJAX.
    Well, with that I get even more bugs and it breaks even worse. Am I doing this wrong?
    Code:
    .contentArea {
    	overflow: auto;
    	width: 100%
    }

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