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IE Woes...

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Hey all,

I developed a site for a neighbour and its causing me some headaches in IE.
The site is fine in mozilla and opera but when it comes to IE the bottom of the page containing the contact form is getting messed up..

I know its the form thats causing the problem but what i should do is the question i cant answer.

Anyone be able to shed some light?

Cheers,
John.

Site is ;

http://www.mdrconsultants.ie

Css is located;

http://www.mdrconsultants.ie/css/style.css
Mar 15 '07 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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IE is using padding and margins differently and tends to add margin where there is none. The best thing to do is set all margins and padding to zero in the head and then set each element to what you want. This keeps all browsers, particularly IE, in line with everyone else.

For example, some of your problems are caused by IE adding extra width to the <p>'s. This is causing them to overflow the containing div and makes them drop down one level. Adjusting your padding of 155px on one element is an example of this.
Mar 15 '07 #2

P: 6
Cheers for that mate, just messed around with the padding and it seems to have sorted out the prob, at in IE 7 anyway..
Mar 16 '07 #3

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