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  • Resolved nickel


    Background — I just recently installed XP on my MacBook Pro, and am thus now able to view my site in IE6.

    Problem — When I was poking around on my site, I noticed that the center content of this post:

    Reward Credit Cards – What’s in My Wallet?

    Is getting shoved down the page. It looks like it’s getting pushed down below the end of the left sidebar. But other posts render just fine. Can anyone tell me why this is happening, and how I can fix it?

    Again, this seems to be a problem in IE6, whereas it works fine in Safari and Firefox.

    Thanks, nickel

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  • That happens if the width of your columns doesn’t fit in.

    Try to reduce the width of the content or the left sidebar.

    Right, but the problem is specific to this post, so it’s not a general problem with the column or sidebar widths. And there’s nothing in this post other than text, and nothing is overly long. There are no long urls that jut out of the center column, or anything like that.

    Well, your center column is pushing the limits of space, so reducing the width 5-10 px would give you some leeway. My first inclination is that a link is breaking the div in IE as there are no images.

    Okay, good idea. I just pulled 2 pixels off the center column and it fixed the problem. Actually, one pixel even did the trick.


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