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Website looks different in IE to Firefox

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My website www.windsoraccess.co.uk looks different in IE to Firefox at
the very top where my logo and wording is. In IE the gap surrounding
the logo and wording is much less and looks absolutely fine compare to
the view you get in Firefox. Elsewhere there is no problem with the
layout it looks the same in both IE and Firefox.

Any suggeestion would be welcome.

Thanks in advance

Mar 22 '07 #1
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On 22 Mar, 14:04, "johnny15" <jbur...@windsorkomatsu.co.ukwrote:
My websitewww.windsoraccess.co.uklooks different in IE to Firefox
You've a long way to go yet.

Search the ng archives
Look up doctype and "quirks mode"
Set a CSS background colour
Post to alt.html.critique

Mar 22 '07 #2

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Andy Dingley wrote:
You've a long way to go yet.

Search the ng archives
Look up doctype and "quirks mode"
Set a CSS background colour
Post to alt.html.critique
And not just a "background color", which IE6 seems to use despite its
invalid nature, but "background-color", which FF respects when it is
present.

So add to Andy's list:
validate the HTML
validate the CSS
test in more than just IE.

--
John
(feeling stupid for posting old, well-known advice)
Mar 22 '07 #3

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