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    Need someone with a different browser to check this page

    I am building a site for an out of area customer. She says that when she views this page:
    http://premiumwebsites.net/samples/ufc/staff.shtml
    the Dr that has an image on the right has the image cut in half.
    She cant tell me what browser or screen resolution she is using. I can't seem to replicate the problem. I have IE6, IE7, FF3. I have tried many different screen sizes, and she claims there is not an horizontal scroll bar that shows up.

    Any suggestions to fix something I cant see?

    Dotty

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    Yes he is cut in half alright, if you increase the text size there is enough content in the div above to push it down and clear.

    And clear is the key word here, you need to give clear:both to your .resources li

    .resources li{
    list-style-type:none;
    width:75%;
    margin:auto;
    text-align:left;
    clear:both;
    }

    By the way, I'm using FF2

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    Hi again,

    After looking at the site again I thought it looked kinda odd that the second and third doctor were in the <ul class="resources"> resource class but the first doctor wasn't.

    The first doctor's content runs all the way to the right since there is no width set. The resource class has a width of 75&#37;. If you will begin that <ul class="resources"> with the top doctor it makes things look a lot more uniform.

    If you will begin that class where I have it highlighted in blue and remove it where I have it in red ( where it currently is on your page now) things seem to look more uniform. That's just my 2 cents for what it's worth.
    Code:
    <div id="content"> 
        <h1>Fisher's Landing and Orchard Hills Urgent &amp; Family Care Staff</h1>
        <ul class="resources"><img src="images/drknowles.jpg" alt="Dr. Knowles of Fishers Landing and Orchard Hills Urgent and Family Care" title="Dr. Knowles of Fishers Landing and Orchard Hills Urgent and Family Care" width="200px" height="300px" class="left" />
    
        <h2>R. Derrick Knowles, MD</h2>
    Dr. Knowles is an Honors graduate of the American University of the Caribbean in 2001 and has international medical experience including clerkships in England. His interests include family and emergency medicine, sports medicine as well as infectious disease. Dr. Knowles is a proponent for general wellness and fitness, as well as prevention and has acted as Team Physician for the Seattle Quake Rugby Football Club.  The diversity of patients and diagnoses encountered in the Urgent Care/Family Care setting are an interesting mix and Dr. Knowles’ intent is to continue to provide comprehensive medical care to our growing community.</li>
        <ul class="resources"><li><img src="images/drking.jpg" alt="Dr. King at Fishers Landing and Orchard Hill Urgent and Family Care" title="Dr. King at Fishers Landing and Orchard Hill Urgent and Family Care" width="200px" height="300px" class="right" />
        <h2>Ron King, PA-C</h2>
        Ron is a graduate of OHSU School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Program’s Class of 2000. Ron also has a Masters degree in Speech Pathology from California State University, Chico. His 25 years of healthcare experience include work in rehabilitation and as a Speech Pathologist in various settings. He is a strong patient advocate and enjoys the variety of diagnoses he encounters with a focus on family dynamics—especially in geriatric care. His philosophy is to treat the whole person and not just the disease, and to include humor, when possible, as &quot;laughter is the best medicine&quot;.</li>

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