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    Layout okay or breaking up?

    Hello,

    This is my first post.

    I have a page that is breaking up in IE6 on PC.

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    However, I have changed it somewhat and need someone with IE6 PC to see if the page layout is not breaking up.

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    I would be most grateful for someone to check the 2nd page. If it is breaking please take a screenshot and post it here.

    Thanks for helping me out a lot.
    Last edited by newbie121; 03-16-2005 at 01:18 AM.

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    No dice

    IE6.0/Win2000: nope, no dice; still all over the place.
    Amazing, with so many layout tables, and you still manage to have it break so badly.

    Try validating the markup; perhaps you missed some elements or closing tags here and there.

    Edit:
    Whoops! No, it's valid HTML 4.01 trans. Alternatively, try to set some borders on your layout tables; maybe you've got some cells crossed/misaligned, and borders can help finding this out.
    Last edited by ronaldb66; 03-15-2005 at 11:53 AM.
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    Images

    I've did a quick check on a copy: below the table with the different hosting plan comparisons you have two images sitting in a cell; either use CSS to make them block level, or insert a br in between the two. As is, they line up horizontally instead of vertically.

    You still have some minor alingment issues to solve, but this was the biggest eye-sore.
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    Thanks for checking.

    Is this layout still breaking ?

    [link removed]

    Fingers crossed

    Thanks again.
    Last edited by newbie121; 03-16-2005 at 05:54 AM.

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    Much better!

    The main alignments look good; the leftmost border continues on perfecly, only the arrow in front of "We provide a cpanel 9 control panel ..." sits over it, and the hosting plan table is slightly too wide, overlapping the border images.
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    Thanks for checking.

    I have totally redone the code and css.

    It's still 100% valid, but I removed some conflicts.

    It works fine in IE5 on Macos 9 and IE5.2 on Macos X and Safari on Macos X. Again, just need an IE6 on PC to check it. I am confident there are no problems this time, and even the arrow is fixed.

    no problems with this page in IE6 PC

    Appreciate all your help.


    Thanks

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    No backediting, please

    Perfect.

    Please do not go back and remove all links from your previous posts! Past threads serve as a useful knowledge base to people searching or browsing the forums to find answers to similar questions; your removing the links, even is they are just temporary, strongly reduce this thread's value for such purposes.

    There is nothing wrong with making mistakes; don't try and hide the evidence!
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    Looks great

    Perfect.
    I was referring to your page in IE6.0; looking great now, everything's lining up perfectly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldb66
    Please do not go back and remove all links from your previous posts! Past threads serve as a useful knowledge base to people searching or browsing the forums to find answers to similar questions; your removing the links, even is they are just temporary, strongly reduce this thread's value for such purposes.

    There is nothing wrong with making mistakes; don't try and hide the evidence!
    Sorry I wasn't aware it was wrong to do so.

    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldb66
    Perfect.
    Great ! I spent many hours redoing all the code and css. Worth it though. Many thanks for checking the layout. It's times like these I wonder if I should add a pc to my studio.

    Thanks again


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