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    Help with IE-bug - mambodesign

    I'd be very happy if one of you guys could find a solution to a problem that occurs in IE only (naturally) in my design for mambo.

    The site is here but it's built on the attached php-file (with a bogus extension).

    The problem is that the main content is pushed below all floated objects. I think it's a problem with a table in a table - but can't figure it out.

    Thanks for you help,
    Mz
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    Formatting

    Possibly a width thing, but since tab formatting is successfully used to obscure every hint of a page structure, I can't figure out where to look, and the language isn't helping either. Are you referring to the paragraph with the header "Spiltemplet er for dig som kan li' brætspil" ?
    Try giving the "contentpaneopen" table a specific width or a large enough right margin to make room for the floated stuff.

    And do yourself a favor and clean up that formatting issue; as you've experienced yourself, the page is a dog to maintain.
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    Ronald.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldb66
    Are you referring to the paragraph with the header "Spiltemplet er for dig som kan li' brætspil" ?
    Try giving the "contentpaneopen" table a specific width or a large enough right margin to make room for the floated stuff.
    Exactly that, but none of your suggestions worked.

    Is there a way to structure the file to facilitate the overview?


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