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    Smile Always the newbies that need help! Coding...

    Hello,

    I wondered if you could help me. I seem to be having a problem with my website *****. It is a new charity in the UK. It looks great in chrome and firefox but it is having serious problems in IE. I wondered if anyone could shed some light on the problem and help me resolve the issue.

    Your help will be greatly appreciated..

    Thank you.
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    Hi there kingpin11,

    and a warm welcome to these forums.

    Your page has coding errors...

    ...the main one being the omission of a valid DOCTYPE...

    ....which puts IE into...


    Address these errors and IE will probably render your page as desired.

    coothead

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    Thank you I will try that out and let you know.

    Thank you for the swift reply.

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    I also suggest that you tame IE with a separate IE only CSS using IE's Conditional Comments to call it.

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