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Thread: Site display problems in Firefox

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    Site display problems in Firefox

    Hi,

    My site www.it-pathways.com is displaying correctly in IE 9, but it looks terrible in Firefox. The header displays incorrectly and the page background is non existent.

    I am not a professional developer and to be honest am not really sure what to look at in order to resolve.

    I was wondering if someone would be kind enough to look over the code and let me know what I've done wrong (code structure, syntax, css or a combination?)

    Thanks in advance,
    Andres

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    Correction

    Correction to my previous description. My site displays correctly in IE9 if i select compatibility view.

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    Hi,
    do you have some screenshot to compare with???

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    it seems to me the paths to the pictures in the css are wrong. For exaple:
    #header .br {
    background: url("/images/header_br4.jpg") no-repeat scroll right bottom transparent;
    width: 100%;
    }
    if the CSS file is in a "css" folder the path to images were
    #header .br {
    background: url("../images/header_br4.jpg") no-repeat scroll right bottom transparent;
    width: 100%;
    }
    If the css file is not in a folder the path will look like this
    #header .br {
    background: url("images/header_br4.jpg") no-repeat scroll right bottom transparent;
    width: 100%;
    }

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    Add an "overflow:auto" to your #wrapper div. The stuff inside it is floated, so they aren't "in the flow" of the wrapper div.

    $adriana, that is not correct about the images. /images/header_br4.jpg is a perfectly good path to the images, assuming they are in a folder called images at the top of the site (which it appears they are).

    Dave

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