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    SitePoint Guru htown's Avatar
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    Why is this float not showing up in IE?

    Lets just cut to the chase here because it is late and I am sure there is a simple explanation for this.

    Simply put, the "TESTIMONIALS" panel on the right side shows up fine in FF but in IE it is not even on the page. Why oh why? What am I missing? I decreased the width of the div on the left of it just to make sure but that did nothing.


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    Don't know if it's the cause, but you have an empty </p> at the bottom of your page.

    In another area you are missing both the beginning and end paragraph tags.
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    SitePoint Guru htown's Avatar
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    Very good observation and I appreciate the look see. Unfortunately, that did not fix the problem. Very strange to me but I am sure there is something I have missed. Just need some help finding it.

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    Okay, another problem may be that IE doesn't recognize Position: Relative (your content #) which may be messing with your absolute positioning of your testamonials panel.
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    SitePoint Guru htown's Avatar
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    As another solution to the ongoing problem I have decided to go with two dives, one float right and the other float left. This has eliminated the use for POSITIONING.

    Your input is much appreciated.

    Houston
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