Does anyone know why i'm getting extra space at the right edge of the page in IE?
Also if anyone thinks I could do this a better way, i'm all ears too.
Hey I like the site Nick, your not using you css-p properly, First I would create a wrapper to hold everything; then the header, left, right content, footer etc, if you need any help, PM
There is a wrapper, and I am using my CSS correctly, i'm just having a little problem with this.
By the way what do you mean CSS-P?
Site is looking really nice Nick.Originally Posted by NickToye
Are you talking about the whitespace to the right of the main content before the site border? It looks like it is do do IE's handling of the box model (its width) for the div holding the content.
I noticed that the nav bar doesn't show up in IE.
You've got an extra </body></html> at the end of your document. It may not be the cause of your problem, but it's always a good idea to validate your page when you run into problems you can't explain.
This thread is making me look like a right amateur. I do usually validate my pages, never thought there would be an extra body and html closing tag in there, it must have been when I was copying and pasting.
Anyway, thats not the reason. It does look like a box model problem though.
Also the side nav is there in IE, its just pushed down because of the lack of space caused by the box model problem I have.
Look I fixed it!
Just to prove any of those out there who think I don't know squat about CSS,
I figured it may have something to do with IE's economy rendering engine concept - layout.
I just added an arbitary height of 1% to the div that contained the opposing floated P and UL, and it works fine.
I knew you knew that you knew what was wrong and that you knew that you knew how to fix it.
Looks good Nick
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