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[Resolved] Image & italics bug in IE7

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  • IE7 might assign default properties to the <em> tag that happens to destroy your layout.

    As you haven’t defined <em> in your stylesheet, you could try to manually reset it. You could also try to use an external CSS reset.

    Thanks! Unfortunately resetting em/css didn’t help. Any other ideas?

    ok, somehow fixed width in .topPost helped… in case someone has similar problems. 🙂

    Hey all,

    You can add this to your IE stylesheet if you have a separate stylesheet for IE:

    overflow: hidden;
    o\verflow: visible;
    width: 100%;
    w\idth: auto;
    zoom: 1;

    Just put it in the place where you are having the issue such as the post or the content area. It can be placed directly into the regular stylesheet as well if you don’t have a separate one for IE and your problem will be solved when you check your post in IE. Cheers…

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