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    posting rules

    I am looking for hack help, I think. I've done a page which looks fine in Opera, but is misaligned in IE6. I've tried the FAQ here and other sources of Hack info, but I just can't figure out which hack might apply to my problem.
    Right how I don't have a site on which I can post. I have 4 files, one html (5kb), one css (2kb), and two image files (24kb and 27kb). Is it permissable to attach them here in a folder which would retain their relationships? In hopes, of course that some kind soul will have a look and say "here's what you do"
    Thanks, Cam

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    Hi,

    Welcome to sitepoint forums.

    You can attach your files and they will be attached to your post after an advisor has approved them (which could take a few hours).

    Or you could post relevant posrtions of the code and css providing they are not too long.

    I'm sure someone will be able to sort your porblems out.

    Paul

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    Another option is to put them online (on a site of somesorts), so we can view them.
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