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    SitePoint Wizard jag5311's Avatar
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    Have an annoyance on my site

    If you go to http://www.btkdesigns.com/newbtk/philosophy.htm you will notice that i have two h4 tags. One for, ON LIFE, and the other for ON THE WEB.

    Now, I have set a style for the h4 tag, simply for a background image and borders. What I can't figure out is in IE 6.0, the first one is hugging the corner of the column, whereas the second one is floating nicely. Why in the hell would that be if they are given the same attributes?

    Another annoyance,

    You can also notice that the padding between the left side and the column seems about 5 pixels shorter then on the portfolio page. Same goes for the contact page. I looked at the code and didn't see anything wrong. Maybe if one of you have a spare minute, you can take a look. This appears to be only with IE.

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    Bryan
    Last edited by jag5311; Sep 12, 2003 at 16:25.

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    Actually you have spaced them differently:
    <h4>On Life</h4>
    <h4> On the web </h4>
    which may not be the problem, just something I noticed.

    The first h4 is after you set the div, the next h4 is after you place </p>

    Try a <br /> before the first h4 and see if that fixes it?

    I am no expert, just what I noticed in the coding.

    Debs

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    SitePoint Wizard jag5311's Avatar
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    cool, I will try that and see if it works

    ---edit---


    THAT WAS IT!

    Now for the other problem [img]images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]

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    Watch out for whitespace in your HTML. IE5.x has problems with it, and if you remove all unnecessary whitespace from your HTML, it will often remedy the problem.


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