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Blog box div displays incorrectly only in IE, header bar is short, besides that, what do you think?

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KMB
Hey all,

I was wondering if someone could give us a hand. The blog on our site
at http://www.weallsellout.com/blog/ has a problem with displaying the
blog updates box at the top right of the screen. Somehow it is
parallel and below where it should be. The script is an rss feed
parser that just outputs formatted text for blog entries. It works
fine everywhere except IE.

Also, the header bar of the site shows up skinnier than normal, but
only on the blog page. Neither of us can figure out why. This second
point isn't as important, because it doesn't look like an outright
screwup. If someone could give us a hand with either of these problems
we would be very grateful.

Please comment on any other issues pertaining to
http://www.weallsellout.com: clarity of message, approach, originality,
questions that arise, or ideas on how to spread the word.

Thanks,

Kyle Bell and Nate Hurwitz
Syracuse, NY
http://www.weallsellout.com/about/

Oct 26 '06 #1
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KMB wrote:
Hey all,

I was wondering if
the answers in alt.html.critique weren't good enough?

Please don't multi-post; cross-post only if necessary.
http://oakroadsystems.com/genl/unice.htm#xpost

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Oct 26 '06 #2

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I was wondering if someone could give us a hand. The blog on our site
at http://www.weallsellout.com/blog/ has a problem with displaying the
blog updates box at the top right of the screen. Somehow it is
parallel and below where it should be. The script is an rss feed
parser that just outputs formatted text for blog entries. It works
fine everywhere except IE.
See the thread titled "How to use script in <head?" in this forum. I began
that thread 10/14/06. Bottom line: use a separate stylesheet to accommodate IE
weirdness.

Oct 27 '06 #3

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