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Three-Column layout, Center Column empty IE 6,7,8

Thread began 1/08/2011 3:05 am by jcav26033 | Last modified 1/18/2011 8:19 pm by jcav26033 | 1708 views | 4 replies

jcav26033

Three-Column layout, Center Column empty IE 6,7,8

Can any CSS guru give me an idea of what is going on at this url:
www.embodydancesantafe.org
I am using a three-column layout from CSS Sculptor for the home page and the rest of the site is a 2-column layout from the same extension. Everything looks great on Firefox and Safari but in any version of IE 6,7,8 the only thing visible are the graphics; the text is missing. I tried placing a clear break at the end of the content div and setting a definite width for the center column based on things I read in this forum, but no luck. I am tearing my hair out on this one!
Thanks!

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