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Slight glitch with <div> background image in IE6/7

Thread began 9/28/2010 12:39 pm by iainmacdonald331081 | Last modified 9/28/2010 2:57 pm by Jason Byrnes | 757 views | 2 replies |


Slight glitch with <div> background image in IE6/7

Can anyone help out with this one - basically have a page here :


Which all looks fine in everything apart from IE6/7 (also the menu in IE, but I just haven't done that yet.)

Basically, its the background image for the main content - literally just the little bits of shadow top left and bottom left that follow the curve's shadow round.

If you look in IE6 or 7, its getting displaced by the navigation <div>

The CSS is here :


Many thanks.

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Ignore that - I just made it al part of the left hand column background.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

OK, glad to hear it is working.

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