EDIT: I have changed the font size to 1em, and it fixed the issue in IE6, but not IE7. Any ideas on that?
No - I didn't mean the font size - meant the line-height. In your #title div - you have the line-height set at 0.7 - if you change that to 1 (or more) then the line spacing will increase, so it's not all scrunched together. This setting won't change the size of your font, just the space between the lines.
Also, if you use a conditional comment, it'll target only IE (and any version of IE above 5, if you want it to)
Technically - "dudette", thank you very much :)
thanks for making me feel about an inch tall for asking a question.
You shouldn't have felt an inch tall for asking a question - it was meant for sending someone who's going to try and assist you to a site that's compromised, thus compromising the system of the person you're trying to help. You just don't do that.
It's nice to know that your site is now clean, but I'm still in the process of checking my system (in numerous ways) right now. I'll let you know if something comes up.
With the divs, all I need to do is: (in tags of course) div_align=left, center, right, etc... correct?
Um..no. Your site is XHTML - so using "align" is your divs will be invalid code, and throw your site into quirks mode. I'm going on the assumption right now that you've already validated your site's code, and you know that this could also be a reason why your site isn't appearing the way you want it to in IE. If I'm wrong on that, and you *haven't* validated, then that should be the first thing you do - it'll probably correct issues just by doing that alone.
But to answer your question - no. You want to set the three divs to "float:left;". If you want all three to be centered as well, then you also need to encase them in an outer containing div that's set with a specific width, and then apply "margin:0 auto;".
Hope that helps ya.