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thenajsays
05-22-2008, 07:28 PM
Hi! im currently designing a page for a company and im having a little trouble with the way IE displays the data... can anyone help? the page is valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional and the CSS validates as CSS level 2.1. it is intended to scroll horizontally inside a defined DIV box. (i have yet to add smooth scrolling functionality with javascript yet, but thats a whole different ball of yarn...)
the page can be viewed here (http://1928leavitt.com/equusdev/indexjs.html)
here are screenshots of the issues as well
Here it displays correctly in Firefox:
http://1928leavitt.com/equusdev/images/FF1Correct.jpg

http://1928leavitt.com/equusdev/images/FF2Correct.jpg

Here is where im having issues in IE
http://1928leavitt.com/equusdev/images/IE1Wrong.jpg

http://1928leavitt.com/equusdev/images/IE2Wrong.jpg

jcdevelopment
05-22-2008, 07:36 PM
I am in IE7 and the page looks exactly the same an in FF. Are you using IE6?

thenajsays
05-22-2008, 07:38 PM
yes i am... im not a fan of IE at all and when i had tried out IE7 it bogged down every PC i loaded it on... at my office we actually made a point not to use it...

thenajsays
05-22-2008, 10:15 PM
i got it! the problem was a bug with margin-right on #homelinkbar in ie6...



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