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    Data being trunctated in IE

    Here is one for ya!

    http://www.positive-futures.net/?q=node/6

    Under firefox everything looks fine.

    Under IE the tenth point gets truncated to look like a 0. (with the right hand edge of the 1 showing through)

    I have never seen something just being drawn on top of like that, anyone any ideas?

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    Code:
    <ol style="margin-left:5px">
    will fix the problem. Of course you might want to put it in the CSS.

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    You have some errors in your markup, http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...Inline&group=0
    You can't put another block level element inside <p>. Try fixing it first.
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