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Thread: IE6 Problems

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    Internet Explorer IE6 Problems

    So, here's the thing. I was told, again, to fix someone else's mistakes that were done because they do not work in IE6. Everything shifts to the left side. Here is the screenshot in IE6: IE6 Problems-screenshot.jpg

    I have been trying to figure this out for a couple hours and have found nothing. I have messed with the floats, margins, padding, etc. And now i am STUCK! If anyone could help that would be awesome!

    If you go to: http://thinkcassis.com/ssi/about.html
    and view it in firefox, sarfari, etc you can see what it is suppose to look like.

    here's the link to the css: http://thinkcassis.com/ssi/css/style.css

    any help what so ever would be amazing at this point!!!!

    THANKS

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    i cant really tell whats going on, i dont see any problems right off of the bat. What i suggest though is taking care of some of the errors.. you have some unclosed tags i think.

    validate

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    The "topic_head" is wider than your container.

    To fix these things I usually start by removing everything except the outermost container and then add back the divs one at a time.

    Which came first - the chicken or the egg? The egg... [ticket closed]
    If a tree falls... does it make a sound? Yes.............. [ticket closed]

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    Also you have many errors here

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