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[Resolved] Where to look ( header image )

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  • altan2007
    Member

    @altan2007

    Nobody wants HELP me, on this issue? I know it is simple mistake, bu I can’t find it.

    Please somebody..

    It looks fine in FireFox at least, so it may just be an issue with extra margins or padding in Internet Explorer. Often times if a div is too wide, it will get ‘pushed’ down to where it can fit.

    It looks like this is set in this div:

    .search {
    background:transparent url(images/search.jpg) no-repeat scroll right top;
    height:238px;
    vertical-align:top;
    width:526px;
    }

    And yes, while it may very well be a simple mistake, it often takes quite a while to completely look through someone elses site, both the html and the CSS, to troubleshoot a CSS issue.

    altan2007
    Member

    @altan2007

    What do I need to do, to fixed it? Can you tell me

    The only thing I could suggest without looking into it deeper would be to lower the width of the div a bit to see if it helps.

    Change it from this: width:526px;

    To this: width:520px;

    altan2007
    Member

    @altan2007

    made the cell 530, it didnt work, made the cell 520 still the same

    .right and .search are overlapping .left. FF allows that but IE does not.

    http://www.positioniseverything.net/ has a lot of info about the box model problem in IE.

    altan2007
    Member

    @altan2007

    I solved it on my own.. problem was sytle_ie.css.

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