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Positioning IE/Mozilla huge differences

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Can someone please take a peek at the top header boxes in ie and mozilla,
and tell me what possible fix might be out there. The text and boxes are
moving around between the two browsers. I prefer zero margin between boxes,
like mozilla does it.
I've played around with it, adding borders helps some, but does not fix
the problem. Adding a break over the header text and adjusting line-height
also helps, but does not show correctly like mozilla does it.
Is my layout of the divs and positioning kosher or standard? They're not
really positioned, but rely on relative position, really.

here's the page:
http://wholives.com/temp/css-new.html
css is within
theo
Jul 21 '05 #1
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theo wrote:
Can someone please take a peek at the top header boxes in ie and mozilla,
and tell me what possible fix might be out there. The text and boxes are
moving around between the two browsers. I prefer zero margin between boxes,
like mozilla does it.
I've played around with it, adding borders helps some, but does not fix
the problem. Adding a break over the header text and adjusting line-height
also helps, but does not show correctly like mozilla does it.
Is my layout of the divs and positioning kosher or standard? They're not
really positioned, but rely on relative position, really.

here's the page:
http://wholives.com/temp/css-new.html
css is within
theo


from your css:

#headright {
line-height:5px;
}

remove the line and your problem is gone.
Jul 21 '05 #2

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"theo" <th**@nospam.com> writes:
Can someone please take a peek at the top header boxes in ie and mozilla,
and tell me what possible fix might be out there.
[...]
here's the page:
http://wholives.com/temp/css-new.html
css is within


I'd start with setting a DOCTYPE that puts the browsers into
standards compliance mode, then there's some hope.

--
Jón Fairbairn Jo***********@cl.cam.ac.uk

Jul 21 '05 #3

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