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    The unholy IE

    www.pieterpikzonen.nl

    I have this site here. I have alot of problems getting the upperleft side back buttons to stay in place when viewing site with IE (Auto margin bug?)

    http://www.pieterpikzonen.nl/index.php?id=28

    On this page the content goes nuts when opening with IE. any suggestions how to win the war against IE

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    Quote Originally Posted by P0weri View Post
    any suggestions how to win the war against IE
    A bad tradesman always blames his tools.

    The problem is not with IE. It's with your INVALID HTML code. Go and validate your html on the w3c site and fix your html problems before blaming IE

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    Hello P0weri,
    I think you have a little divitis going on there. It seems to me that #nappula and its odd right margin don't help you at all. Why not do away with that and just position your anchor where you want it to be?

    A big part of your problem is not having the same CSS styling your back button and it's container. On some pages the CSS comes from Bulkse.css and other pages from kategoriat.css.
    You style #content differently from those two CSS files as well, there may be plenty of other conflicts but I only mention those two.

    Yes, you have invalid code and you should work on fixing that. The way you are positioning that back button still won't work right, even after you validate your code. Valid code doesn't necessarily mean working code.
    Validate often DURING development - Use it like a splelchecker | Debug during Development |Write it for FireFox, ignore IE
    Use the right DocType | Validate your markup | Validate your CSS | Why validating is good | Why tables are bad


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