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    Relative AP DIV Tag results in large white space in IE

    I am trying to do a site which requires me to put a relative position AP DIV tag for the main text (see: http://home.comcast.net/~steve.reeder)/test/index.html) I am using Dreamweaver to create the site. It is pretty basic but that is ok. The problem is the page loads perfectly in Firefox but IE has a large white space that I guess is the AP DIV tag layer. Any help out there?

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    The link you provided is no good.

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    put the code here or on jsfiddle
    "Problems cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them.

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    Post a working link to the actual page, code snippets give only a part of the picture and can be mis-leading.
    put a relative position AP DIV tag
    doesn't really make sense... a relative position on an absolutely positioned <div>
    That's why we need the actual page.
    but IE has a large white space
    Could be a mis-application of the "Parent Rule" as it relates to elements with declared positions. Link to page would clarify.
    Best wishes,
    Eye for Video

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    It looks fine in IE8 and IE9. Don't worry about older versions.
    Rick Trethewey
    Rainbo Design

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