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    Strange Problems

    Check out http://tvunderground.org.ru/newtvu/index.html
    Notice how the logo and the bar is out of place in FF, but looks more or less fine in IE and looks perfect in DW. Any ideas?

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    You use quite a lot of divs, one of which is not closed correctly or you closed one too many.

    http://validator.w3.org/check?verbos...u%2Findex.html

    By the way, never trust Dreamweavers design view and never work in it either and learn to code html properly.
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    By the way, never trust Dreamweavers design view and never work in it either and learn to code html properly
    Excellent advice, DW can't possibly give you a rendered view as you would see in *all* browsers, it's always best to check in your test browsers as you layout the page.

    Nadia

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    Yeah I am aware of that, I removed the DIV, changed some stuff around, but as you can see its even gotten worse, though displayes fine in IE. Any ideas?

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    If I were you, I would start from scratch, don't use Dreamweaver Design view to create those nasty absolute positioned divs, get rid of those <br /> and use some proper css to layout the site.

    You can find plenty of help in the CSS subforum.
    Dan G
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