Hi there,

I'm generally a PHP developer, and some of the IE7 CSS hacks and tricks are a bit lost on me...

Happily my site looks fine in IE8, 9 and the more compliant browsers (Safari, FF, Chrome), and even in IE7 it's looking pretty good, except when I add a product to the basket. The layout of the basket is off in IE7. It's not a major issue, but the client is in the public sector, so IE7 needs to be taken into account.

Does anyone have any ideas how to bring it back into line?

The site is here:
www.languageforlearning.co.uk

Here's the page that features the basket:
http://www.languageforlearning.co.uk...Books-and-DVDs

Here's a screenshot:
screenshot.jpg

Hopefully you can see that the margin of the basket on the right hand side is too big, and is pushing everything out. I think its got something to do with the form which seems to be too wide. Have no idea why. Adding the css rule width:auto; does nothing.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Mike