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[Resolved] Problems with my header

  • Hi All, I just followed the instructions and placed my header (exactly with the requires measures 740 x 192). You can have a look here http://www.pablofuente.com/blog
    The problem is that it doesn’t fit well, if you look to the edges on top they seem no to be aligned with the rest of the page, they look moved (just under the header). Can you notice it?. How can I “adjust” it properly?
    Thanks for your help

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  • Looks good here (WinXP, FF1.5).

    Unfortunatelly I’m using IE, is there anyone using it that notices what I’m saying?, if so, how can I adjust it ptoperly?
    Thanks

    Unfortunately, it’s an IE issue… You’ll have to lie to IE to make it behave. Take a peek at

    Essentials of CSS Hacking For Internet Explorer

    Ok, what is the hack I should use? the display: inline?. If so, where? (index.php and then in H1?). Sorry but I’m a dummy!!!

    Try the margin issues with IE. I ended up giving up eventually and added the conditional comment (at link in my OP) to point at a different css file for IE (copied original style.css to ie.css and made changes to ie.css to compensate for M$ pig-headedness).

    Yosemite, thanks for your help, but I don’t understand what I shoud do and where. As i said, a complete dummy!

    Research. Test. Become enlightened…

    Or wait patiently for someone who is willing to do it for you.

    Wouldn’t be easier to place the link (where is Margin issues on IE)???
    I don’t want anybody to do ti for me, just some clearer explanations. Sorry for not being an expert,
    “I ended up giving up eventually and added the conditional comment (at link in my OP) to point at a different css file for IE (copied original style.css to ie.css and made changes to ie.css to compensate for M$ pig-headedness)”…clear!

    Wouldn’t be easier to place the link (where is Margin issues on IE)???

    Easier for you… I would have to search for it, then decide which page represented the information in a simple, but accurate fashion, then cut and paste that link back here. Frankly, this is something you need to learn.

    I don’t want anybody to do ti for me, just some clearer explanations. Sorry for not being an expert,

    These are basic css issues. Not ‘expert’ in the least. I am no expert.

    Is there someone able to help?
    Thanks

    Finally I did it on my own. I’ve change the page and footer size from 760 to 740 and it works.
    Ciao

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