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  1. #1
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    different horizontal line appearance in Internet explorer

    hi,

    I have put horizontal line <hr> on top of my form. In internet explorer its position is not same as it I want it to be. In all other browsers it looks fine.
    kindly help me how can I sort out this issue?

    temporary address of form
    www.a2zsol.cz.cc
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    IE is in quirksmode. You might be able to solve the problem by using a strict doctype.

    However if that solves it, it is just luck. You have a much bigger structural issue. By using the 20th century technique of using a table to manage layout, you are forced to add an hr tag for each cell. The top portion needs to be a section with each component in divs within the section, and then a single hr could be used in the section.
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    BTW, you might want to consider cleaning up the code. The validator returns:
    66 Errors, 17 warning(s)

    And from an SEO standpoint the page looks pretty weak.
    Cd&
    one of my toys And my repository and my old self ranting plus a bonus Getting the most out of Q/A sites
    Code that is 100% standards compliant is 100% correct 100% of the time... anything else is just a hack

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