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    Fluid Rounded Corners, IE looses 1? +margin

    http://www.redtv.org/nw-test/round/



    in IE my top right corner seems to have run away some where.
    I'm sure im just being an idiot, but i've been at it for a while, thought i'd ask.

    also... at about body size 1024, div#right seems to intrude on div#center p.
    not sure, might be how my div.m's are aligned to make corners??


    thanks, sorry, and i hate IE... that is all...
    Last edited by zro@rtv; 07-15-2005 at 01:59 PM.
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    welll... commin along

    thanks for help... ... ... (hehe)

    i fix'd some of this problem w/ negative margins and position relative.
    also added some weird hacks for just-in-case...
    please lemme kno if my ie hacks are ****y....

    thanks...
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