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    page doesn't look right in IE6 or safari

    hey all. new to the forums here. first post, so don't flame me to badly if this has been covered before...

    http://www.milanosonline.com/index-9.html

    does not look the way it should in internet explorer 6 or safari. It behaves correctly in firefox and updated versions of IE and Safari but not the older versions.

    the customer is starting to get pissed, because all i've been able to come up with is "update your browser"

    anyone have any ideas?

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    I dont know answer (sorry) but i did want to say that

    the customer is starting to get pissed, because all i've been able to come up with is "update your browser"
    made me laugh (in a good way)

    I code C hash-tag .Net
    Reference: W3C W3CWiki .Net Lib
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    Debug: Chrome FireFox IE

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    Code:
    .row-list ul {
        float: left;
        width: 250px;
    }
    looks like it sorts out your float drop in IE6. You're also using transparent pngs which IE6 won't support. Google IE6 png fix, or swap to using non-transparent images.

    I can't see anything especially wrong in Safari 5.

    You might want to have a look at your validation errors.

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    wow.

    simple and worked! thanks so much!

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    not a helpful comment but I had to point this out after I looked at your company website and noticed your in Mass. So what exactly is satsifaction? might wanna spell check that jpg

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    i take that back. still getting my float drop

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    You haven't fixed the validation errors as advised in a previous post. Fix these first and it might work.
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    alright i fixed the validation errors but the other list in not behaving correctly

    http://www.milanosonline.com/index-9.html

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    Bumpp

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    It's the same sort of problem as before I think. You are floating both .col-1 and .col-2 but failing to assign a width to either. Try giving both of these width 50% for starters.


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