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IE 6 Issue With CSS Sculpter

Thread began 5/22/2009 7:09 pm by info374483 | Last modified 6/11/2009 2:33 pm by Ray Borduin | 1446 views | 3 replies |

info374483

IE 6 Issue With CSS Sculpter

I have designed a website for my client using CSS Sculpter and they tested it in IE6 where the left side and the content box do not align correctly. It looks like the content starts after the menu ends on the left which shows alot of white space and makes the user have to scroll down to view the content area. This error is only in IE6 as 7 works perfectly. Can you check it out for me in both IE6 and 7? The website is www.bvscu.org. Hopefully you know of a quick fix or is CSS Sculpter doing this in IE6?

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Justin Nemeth

I checked out your site in IE6, IE7, and Firefox 3 and they all look fine to me. The content area doesn't have any extra white space at the top for me. The css looks fine to me and nothing stands out that should cause any issues with IE6. Is it possible they are zoomed in through IE or have some non standard resolution running on their computer they tested with?

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cgarber101175

What did you guys find.

I am having the same problem (someone using ie 6 says)
I used css sculpter

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Do you have a sample url? I would like to see if we can reproduce this problem.

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