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CSS Sculptor and IE8

Thread began 3/30/2009 4:57 pm by caricatu310873 | Last modified 6/08/2009 4:49 am by caricatu310873 | 2851 views | 10 replies

steve361520

Hi,

The url is

The site looks fine in IE 7 and IE 8 Compatibilty Mode, but IE 8 normal mode changes the alignment of text in the:

1. top nav div
2. left column div
3. right column div
4. footer div

and removes the right corner background image from the header div.

The only thing I have changed on this page is inserting an include file in each div, the code otherwise is pure CSS Sculptor - which has been my best friend up until now

Thanks
Steve

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