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Hi

I'm new here but I'm really hoping someone can give me a clue as to the reason (and hopefully solution) to a strange bit of IE7 behaviour. After much work I've managed to get my site redesign rendering correctly in IE7, but on some pages I'm getting
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  1. </html
appearing, unformatted, at the foot of the page. An example is at http://www.timsewell-photography.co.uk/clients.html. When I view the source there is that unclosed tag at the bottom of the page. However, the pages I uploaded have the complete tag and when I view the same page (and source) in FF the tag is as it should be.

I've tried Googling this but to no avail. Can anybody help? (and BTW, I know the rest of the html on my site is abysmally put together, but I'm trying to get better at it!)
Aug 23 '07 #1
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just a feeling
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You have 4 html errors and 13 CSS errors. Would u fix those first, plz ?
W3C HTML Validator.
W3C CSS Validator.
Aug 23 '07 #2

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