IE isn't the problem this time?!?


#1

If you go to the site i'm working on: www.facetofacetutoring.com in any browser but IE you'll see the third column (right of the picture in the middle) top-aligned. That's only after the fact I gave it a negative margin in CSS.

With a 0 margin, it top-aligns perfectly in IE (Like how I would except it to have worked with all browsers?), yet is down a little bit in all other browsers.

Any ideas?


#2

is that for all browsers except IE?


#3

Great thank you very much...I'm still learning!


#4

As are we all :). You're welcome.


#5

Hi, that's because the <p> has a top margin set on it by default and as a result the <p> is pushed down. Just remove the margin on the <p> element to get it normal

<style>
p{margin:0;}
#right{margin:0;}
</style>