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    border-right property only shows in IE... now there is a switch...

    Hello All:

    I have the following in a div id in my page,

    div#searchbottom {
    width:719px;
    border-right:1px solid black;
    border-left:1px solid black;
    }

    and it works in IE 8 but it will not work in FF, Safari, Chrome. Which is odd because it is usually FF that will make it work first and IE is usually left in the dust.

    Any thoughts or advice on this would be great.

    Oh the link is here, it is the search at the bottom of the page where the thin black border is on the left side but the right will not show.

    http://www.kardwelldev.com/index.htm
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    Setting the container to 720px instead of 719px works. Since the table inside the div is set to 720px, it makes sense that the container should be 720px as well. Didn't check in anything besides FF though.
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    Thanks Melissapbr - I think we figured this out at the same exact time. LOL..

    Just as I posted I was like ohhhhhhhh .... Duh....

    Thanks for the help anyways...
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    Is this a new site?
    Or are you doing some maintenance on an old one?

    The reason I asked is because I am seeing a transitional doctype which is holding you back from writing code that is up to date. It is letting you use deprecated elements like <center> and <font> which should be avoided in this day and age.

    That table holding all those links in the two right columns, uhum. Is that not a list of links? <UL> & <LI>

    I don't mean to take your thread off topic but ....


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