We recently designed a site for our Press (www.heathwoodpress.com) and we’re trying to iron out a few wrinkles and add some finishing touches before we launch it.
There are two issues that we just cannot seem to resolve and I fear that we’re about to achieve a state of collective insanity. Firstly, on the book page that we just created for a specific book (http://www.heathwoodpress.com/bookshop-candr/), the text constantly shifts upwards. I’ve tried adding line breaks to keep the text in place, but it only works for a short while and then the line breaks that I’ve entered seem to disappear.
Secondly, we’ve just come to realize that our site looks completely rubbish in IE. I’ve read that IE adds its own padding, etc. and that this could be the source of our problem, because it seems as though on that same book page as mentioned above the menus and the tables and the text and the images become squished together. I’ve also noted that some of the text style changes in IE as well. Is it possible to create a new css style sheet for IE only, and therefore tweak that particular style sheet so the site appears in good health in IE? If this were possible, would it be as simple as adding -5 padding for example, to therefore counteract the horrible rendering of IE?
Any help would be so greatly appreciated,
Thank you in advance,
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