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    IE 7 & 8 - CSS - page body adds extra width, causes scrolling.

    Hey All -

    This is my first post here, and I'm at my wits end, so I'm really hoping for some help. I'm pushing a skin on an application called Jive which involves creating a new theme.css stylesheet that overwrites the standard layout. It's not always pretty, but it's what we got.

    The final problem is a weird space, bottom right hand corner, where the footer is filling 100% to the size of the page body, but it seems that the page body is actually filling beyond the size of the browser, causing a horizontal scroll even tho the content is only 1030px wide (header, footer content all 1030px too).

    You should be able to view the problem here:

    http://ec2-184-72-204-197.compute-1....ions?view=idea

    On ie 7/8 a horizontal scroll bar comes up, and then leaves a strange extra space to the right of the footer. I'm at a total loss - works on every other browser - even ie6 - so I just dont know.

    Please help!

    thanks

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    Don't see it on my end using IE8.

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    Interesting. I wonder if it has to do with my install of ie7/8 - running it on osx through parallels....

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    Probably. Don't ya just hate IE?

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    turns out it was my install of parallels... go figure..


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