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Spacing difference in IE and FF (and centering) 2:nd try

Hi again,

Last time my server was down(as for many others I have heard), but now
it is online again!

I would be really really happy if someone could take a look at my
problem a bit. I now have two problems...It is the difference between IE
and FF..

Problem #1.
Centering! It centers in FF but not in IE! It did yesterday but now when
I mest around with my code again it doesn't center in IE anymore..The
code is valid, so I shouldn't have forgotten anything.

Problem #2.
This was my original problem. The spacing between #bottom and
#copyright! It renders good in FF but the space is much bigger in IE! I
think I have tried everything but nothing helps...:(

Could anyone be so kind to help me a bit?

The url is: http://www.nitromedia.se/kunder/test/

Kind regards,

Gnolen
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Els
Gnolen wrote:
Hi again,

Last time my server was down(as for many others I have heard), but now
it is online again!

I would be really really happy if someone could take a look at my
problem a bit. I now have two problems...It is the difference between IE
and FF..

Problem #1.
Centering! It centers in FF but not in IE! It did yesterday but now when
I mest around with my code again it doesn't center in IE anymore..The
code is valid, so I shouldn't have forgotten anything.

Problem #2.
This was my original problem. The spacing between #bottom and
#copyright! It renders good in FF but the space is much bigger in IE! I
think I have tried everything but nothing helps...:(

Could anyone be so kind to help me a bit?

The url is: http://www.nitromedia.se/kunder/test/


This line: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> is the cause of the
centering problem in IE6. The doctype only 'works' if it's on the
first line.

But even if you take that first line off so you get the doctype on the
first line, you'll have the same problem, only not in IE6, but IE5.
See here on how to center in IE5:
http://locusmeus.com/html-css/centeringpage.html

The space between the flower and the footer is caused by the bottom
margin of the list (Lite blandat) on the right.

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Els http://locusmeus.com/
Sonhos vem. Sonhos vo. O resto imperfeito.
- Renato Russo -
Now playing: Madness - Michael Caine
Jul 21 '05 #2
Els wrote:
Gnolen wrote:

Hi again,

Last time my server was down(as for many others I have heard), but now
it is online again!

I would be really really happy if someone could take a look at my
problem a bit. I now have two problems...It is the difference between IE
and FF..

Problem #1.
Centering! It centers in FF but not in IE! It did yesterday but now when
I mest around with my code again it doesn't center in IE anymore..The
code is valid, so I shouldn't have forgotten anything.

Problem #2.
This was my original problem. The spacing between #bottom and
#copyright! It renders good in FF but the space is much bigger in IE! I
think I have tried everything but nothing helps...:(

Could anyone be so kind to help me a bit?

The url is: http://www.nitromedia.se/kunder/test/

This line: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> is the cause of the
centering problem in IE6. The doctype only 'works' if it's on the
first line.

But even if you take that first line off so you get the doctype on the
first line, you'll have the same problem, only not in IE6, but IE5.
See here on how to center in IE5:
http://locusmeus.com/html-css/centeringpage.html

The space between the flower and the footer is caused by the bottom
margin of the list (Lite blandat) on the right.


Thanks Els!!! Yeah, I did some stuff with the xml yesterday! And always
I look at the wrong place!

And for the spacing - it was the content(the list) that was trouble...So
I fixed it temp. Still the space between the title and the list accours
in IE..And that is the main problem of the whole thing I think..

Thank you for your time!!!

/ Gnolen
Jul 21 '05 #3

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