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    Is CSS stoping this display in IE?

    I know it's a Dreamweaver .dwt file but it looks fine in Firefox and toast in IE7. Further, when I use it as a template in Dreamweaver I lose my sidebars, although I think the reference to the style.css file is correct because I can see the results in Firefox.

    http://69.89.31.182/~drainma1/Templates/Main2.dwt

    Any help is appreciated.

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    billycundiff{float:left;} silver trophybronze trophy RyanReese's Avatar
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    Can you not post the dreamweaver template code? I don't have that on my machine .

    If you have link then post it, if not, the nprovide full HTML/CSS
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    Thanks Ryan:

    If you click on this link in Firefox, all appears well.

    Not so in IE7.

    http://69.89.31.182/~drainma1/

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    I ran this through http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator and it gave me a whole bunch of errors that makes it point to the style.css file. I wonder if Firefox supplies these internally in their browser?
    Last edited by swmagic; Apr 20, 2010 at 16:58. Reason: bad link

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    The style.css file path is
    http://69.89.31.182/~drainma1/style.css

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    Quote Originally Posted by swmagic View Post
    I wonder if Firefox supplies these internally in their browser?
    I'm not quite sure what you mean? Do you meean, I wonder if Firefox has a validator iwthin their browser? If so, then yes, it's an addon (HTML Validator is the name. I don't know if it includes CSS)
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