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    spacing problem in ie7

    Hello,

    I was curious if someone could help me with a spacing problem. For some reason the copyright overlaps the bottom row of image in IE7 but it works fine in everything else. Does anyone know why this is happening, link below!

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    http://experiencemediaonline.gorillaonemedia.com/work/

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    Instead of using position absolute on your copyright div, why not float it left, then give it a margin-top of say 15px. That seems to work for me when I edit it.
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    that does indeed work, but when i navigate to the following page it sits up, i think because the content slider floats right, check out:

    http://experiencemediaonline.gorilla...dda=1&expand=1

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    Try adding clear: both to that same div.


    You have alot of elements positioned absolutely. That may give you some trouble in the future with different screen resolutions.

    Then again maybe not if used properly. I checked the page in a lower resolution and it seemed fine.
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    that fixed the problem in FF, but not IE7

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    Actually, I fixed it by defining the height of the div above (video-description). Thanks for your time!


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