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Thread: CSS Layout issue

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2005

    CSS Layout issue

    Okay everyone, this is my first time trying my layout using CSS positioning. The page I'm working on is really starting to bug me. I use Firefox as my primary browser. Well upon trying to reach the perfect placement in Firefox I found that my content placement was low compared to the nav column on the left. So I found a way to even it up a little bit so that it looked good.

    Well upon opening it in IE, it turns out that now it appears high because of the compensation I did for Firefox. I'm almost ready to just forget using css for placement, it is just becoming to much of a hassle for me to get it the way that I want. PLEASE HELP!.............Lan

    EDIT: Here is the link. http://www.wilsweb.net/index2.html

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2005
    First, you must remove the xml prologue, the first line. This will throw IE into quirk's mode. Second, your div.left_nav has a border while the content div does not. Either do the same border for both or use margins instead.

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