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    Website CSS/HTML Help IE Explorer

    Im creating this website and everything is fine in FF Chrome Safari and thats all that was tested but it looks terribly broken in IE im stuck and kind of a newb in html and css

    the site is redeye-x.com i am most certain the problem is in the html code i know that it can be fixed in either way i just dont how to
    so please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by xviciousx View Post
    Im creating this website and everything is fine in FF Chrome Safari and thats all that was tested but it looks terribly broken in IE im stuck and kind of a newb in html and css

    the site is redeye-x.com i am most certain the problem is in the html code i know that it can be fixed in either way i just dont how to
    so please help
    IE is extremely temperamental when it comes to syntax errors. Try correcting the errors listed in the links below, and if that doesn't help I'll try to assist you further.

    index.html:
    http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=re...Inline&group=0

    layout.css:
    http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/v...rning=&lang=en
    Quote Originally Posted by bullant View Post
    Basically - Java is to Javascript as Ham is to Hampster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xFinaLx View Post
    IE is extremely temperamental when it comes to syntax errors. Try correcting the errors listed in the links below, and if that doesn't help I'll try to assist you further.

    index.html:
    http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=re...Inline&group=0

    layout.css:
    http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/v...rning=&lang=en
    ok so i did all of what was said but its still broken lol what now

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    Do this:

    1. Take out <CENTER> and </CENTER>.
    2. Change your opening table tag to this:
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      <table id="Table_01" width="767" height="1051" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" style="margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;">


    And tell me what happens.

    I'm on a Mac and don't have IE so its a bit more difficult for me to help you with this issue :P
    Quote Originally Posted by bullant View Post
    Basically - Java is to Javascript as Ham is to Hampster.

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    nothing changed

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    Okay.

    As far as I can tell, what you did is you sliced an image in photoshop and exported it as HTML, correct?

    That could be the problem in and of itself. This can be useful for rapid prototyping, but generally shouldn't be used for a finished product as photoshop likely doesn't code it correctly.

    Usually a designer mocks up a design in photoshop and a coder will try to replicate it using html and css, not just by slicing it.

    So you can try that approach. It will take longer but in the end will probably work.
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    Basically - Java is to Javascript as Ham is to Hampster.

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    yea thats right

    wow this sucks lol

    I really do appreciate your help tho thanks

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    Welcome to the world of web design

    If you still wanna get it working, read some HTML tutorials over at http://www.w3schools.com.
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    Basically - Java is to Javascript as Ham is to Hampster.

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    yea i love that site

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    i fixed it.......yyyyeeeessssss


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