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Cross browser friendly yes but now

  • RSS Feeder friendly. I have been a long time believer in at least having your site view properly in both Firefox and IE and today after having troubles with my old feed reader, I got a new one, then two, then three. In all readers my sidebar shows up first and then the content. I figure all three readers could not be wrong or is this just an inherrant problen with readers and to see the page correctly you need to open a browser?

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  • It’s because they are no doubt all using the same rendering engine — Internet Explorer — and viewing your site in IE shows the same layout issues.

    Is your content first on the page ? And are you using a theme or the default ?

    It’s because they are no doubt all using the same rendering engine — Internet Explorer — and viewing your site in IE shows the same layout issues.

    You are absolutly right, I never checked IE since I decided to float the sidebar I had never checked it in IE but IE has an issue with it, I quess I will go back to absolute positioning as there are probably not too many users with a larger than 1024x 768 resolution, I am sure a whole lot less than all the IE users or readers based on the frame network.

    Any ideas, my mind is drawing a blank. I took the float:right; out and positioned it absolute, looks right in FF but having an IE issue which I do not recall having before, I am gonna have to start using IE to check more. Never seemed to have an issue with static pages.

    It is 5:58 am and I got this figured out. The css was fine and it did validate html wise but I ended up playing around with adding an extra closing div that did the trick. It now shows the same in both IE and FF. Not sure if I care to try and float it again.

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