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    Doesn't look right in IE6 :(

    My site looks ok in Mozilla and Opera, but not in IE6. Can anyone give me a hint?
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    Are you talking about the dotted line? Because I think your website would look better without it.
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    No, I mean the positioning. If you are using IE6, you'll notice that the left column and the middle column overlap somehow. This doesn't happen in Mozilla.
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    Hi,

    The left column and the middle column don't seem to overlap in ie6, but the right dotted border does( as pointed out by the virus).

    The problem with the dooted line overlapping in ie6 is to do with the table in your navbeta style. Ie seems to make it wider than mozilla but I'm nit sure why. Take the table out and you will see that the displays are the same.

    A quick fix would be to stick this code at the end of the css:
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    * html #navBeta {right:0px;}
    This will make it look better and nearly the same.

    Your other problem (which I can't see) may be related to the fact that you have placed code above the doctype. This will throw ie6 into quirks mode and use the broken box model.

    Hope that helps.

    Paul

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    Thanks, Paul O'B. I took out the code above doctype and the page looks good.
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