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What about CSS Sculptor 3?

Thread began 4/23/2009 11:47 am by Joe Lowery | Last modified 9/01/2009 10:02 am by Joe Lowery | 13224 views | 41 replies


re: how to fix display compatability for IE7

Hello. I wasn't sure what heading to post under, but I have a question looking for a simple answer:

If you look at my top page at under IE8, everything lines up fine, but if you use a public places with IE7 the content shifts out of its column and ruins the page display. How can I fix this?

I have all the WA extensions + now the subscription (?!) and I can't seem to do the first thing and get my top page to align with IE7. Which probably sends away a lot of my first time viewers. I always seem to detach templates and don't know if CSS Sculptor applies since you can't go backwards and reload pages taken out of CSS Sculptor and put them back into CSS Sculptor? Is that still true? Will it be true in CSS Sculptor 3?

Thanks for your help,

ps. I can't see anywhere to attach a file here in the forums so I guess you can look at the index.php source in your browser?

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