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    perfect in FF, not good in IE

    Hi guys

    I have finished coding my website

    I had the psd cut

    The site is http://www.notexperienced.co.uk


    Could you please open it in FF and then IE

    as you will see its fine in FF but not in IE

    Could anyone help me as to what the problem could be?

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    Well you should start by correcting these errors.

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    no errors now iTechno but still doesnt work

    but how can it be fine in Firefox and so much different in IE
    Last edited by wazo; Jun 9, 2007 at 13:05.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnbidder2005 View Post
    how can it be fine in Firefox and so much different in IE
    IE is the worst browser on the planet, that's how.

    Despite that, you have a comment as the first line of your html. This throws IE into quirks mode and that's why it's different than modern browsers. Remove everything before the doctype.

    Also, the validator says your css has a problem with line 54.

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    it worked

    I done see the error on line 54?

    thank you very much

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    This is why consistent formatting helps. You have an extra right curly brace at the end of the line.
    Code:
    .clear { clear:both; font-size:1px; height:0; }#main { width:572px; padding:0 10px 0 0; margin:0; background:url() 1px top no-repeat; float:right; } }
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