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IE alignment issue on WordPress?

  • ekimdmb
    Member

    @ekimdmb

    So I am using a WordPress blog as a CMS and trying to get things to work out. I still have a lot of work to complete, however, I am faced with an issue when viewing the site in IE. the alignment of the body moves over the left column and I can’t figure out why. please help.

    Here is the link…

    http://skiswissvalley.com/swissvalley/

    Works fine in Firefox and safari.

    Thanks.

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  • peiqinglong
    Member

    @peiqinglong

    It has to do with your stylesheet.

    ekimdmb
    Member

    @ekimdmb

    Any suggestion as to what item within my style sheet? I’ve looked and can’t seem to figure it out. Any help would be great. Thanks.

    shellytumbleson
    Member

    @shellytumbleson

    ekimdmb,

    Please don’t take me as the last word on this but the problem as i understand it is that Microsoft, when developing IE, decided the W3 rules on CSS behaviors was not interpreted correctly by the rest of civilization. As a result, IE treats things like margins and paddings differently than Firefox would. Or maybe it’s just padding or just margins- i can’t remember.

    I ran into this problem as well. I settled on a theme i liked that played nice with both browsers. As a personal side, i don’t really care how it renders in IE since i find Firefox a much better browser. Of course, your mileage may vary.

    Look at your blog via Firefox and see if it renders better.

    best of luck,
    shelly.

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