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    White border in IE

    I'm getting a white border along the right and bottom side on my page in IE. This only happens when I link to file. If I open it by direct URL I don't get the problem. I'm attaching a zip file with all the source files and a screen shot to show what's happening. Any suggestions appreciated. I'm using IE as this is all we use at work.

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    I think it is because you have not specified the body.

    Try adding this.
    body{background-color: #A4C7D2;}

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    That will keep the border from being white, but it still inserting the margin, it's just blue now.

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    What browser version are you using?

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    IE 6. That's what is supported where I work.

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    I looked at it in IE6 and it looks fine. It is also completely messed up in FireFox.

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    This is where is gets weird. If you open the file straight up it works fine. But if I link to it from a different page that is when I get the problem in the screen shot. Is this just an IE bug? if so I can redo the border using an image instead of having CSS draw the lines.

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    I reordered my DIV tags and moved the "Homepage" DIV underneath the "flash" DIV and now it doesn't do it. It must be an IE bug.

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