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  • Hi,

    I have a 650px width .entry and I posted a 650px width image and strangely enough only in IE6 does it arrive exactly where the text ends. With Firefox and Opera, it finishes nearly 10px before which makes it look ankward. Any idea what can cause that?

    Thanks

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  • In my experience, IE, FF, Chrome, etc., still render pixels slightly differently. It’s been a mild frustration for me as an amateur designer. My pages always render slightly differently in different browsers.

    Hi,

    Thanks for your answer… So there is no way to arrange this? I mean: even if I align-center the 650px image inside the 650px entry, it still shows as left-aligned with a space of about 10px at the right of it with FF and Opera… So weird…

    In wordpress, I find plain old html center tags work on images better than style alignment tags.

    But those are more difficult to use inside post, are they?

    I think this is something with my style.css

    My text is automatically align justify… and all my images are put to the left even if I try to center them with the text editor… How can I modify this?

    Thanks

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