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    SitePoint Wizard Blake Tallos's Avatar
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    Footer to the edge of it's container!

    Can somone out and point out why the footer won't touch the edge of it's container to the right?http://wassonstrategics.com/

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    Footer? That looks fine in IE7 and FF.

    You must mean menu bar as that has a gap on right in IE but is OK in FF. IMO this is due to the box model differences between IE and others .... I always forget which way round until I check but with padding and margins there is a difference whereby one adds outward the other adds inward.

    Your solution may well be to call another css file from the header for IE browsers (conditional), within which you can adjust your settings to suit. Sorry not more precise ... no enough time to dig deeper and write the code just now.

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    billycundiff{float:left;} silver trophybronze trophy RyanReese's Avatar
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    Hi, you set pixel widths (104.5px) however a half pixel doesn't exist (think about it, why would it )

    Some browsers round that up, some down. As a result you will have a few pixels difference.

    Assign a standard width (no half pixels) and all should be good.

    Though to get it perfectly lininig up, some will need to have a diferent width set (aka standardly set 105px..some might need 104px or 106px to get it perfect)
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