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ie7 issue

Thread began 7/12/2011 11:31 pm by edrosenthal350859 | Last modified 7/20/2011 7:22 am by ijs174940 | 1281 views | 1 replies |


ie7 issue

in a site i am working on -
all the browsers test ok except for ie7,
as shown by looking at adobe browser lab..

i think i've given height and width to the container,
and the text that is not adjusted properly in ie7 is inside that container, and i am not using position absolute or position relative here. the navigation is correct, and other text
on the page is ok, just the header text that should sit in the green area below the navigation... any suggestions ideas?

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ijs174940Beta Tester

From looking at your link I cannot see the css that refers to the <div id="headertext">
other wise you could set the div to be offset from its parent div to get the correct position in IE7.

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