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IE display question

I am seeing something that I would like to understand.

I created a page using firefox as my initial viewer. It has a right
floated
div with inner divs then a left floated div. I checked it out with
opera and
the pc version of safari and it looked the same. When I checked it
out
with IE the left floated div was below the right float. In the code I
changed
position of the left floated div to be defined first and the page
displayed the
way I wanted. I made no other change but moved the div up in the
file. The
other browsers display the two pages the same.

What is happening?

Original page: http://gsvdl.net/photos/berkeley.htm
IE modification: http://gsvdl.net/photos/berkeley_ie.htm
Gary

Aug 10 '07 #1
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On Aug 10, 10:07 am, Gary <gs...@yahoo.comwrote:
I am seeing something that I would like to understand.

I created a page using firefox as my initial viewer. It has a right
floated
div with inner divs then a left floated div. I checked it out with
opera and
the pc version of safari and it looked the same. When I checked it
out
with IE the left floated div was below the right float. In the code I
changed
position of the left floated div to be defined first and the page
displayed the
way I wanted. I made no other change but moved the div up in the
file. The
other browsers display the two pages the same.

What is happening?

Original page:http://gsvdl.net/photos/berkeley.htm
IE modification:http://gsvdl.net/photos/berkeley_ie.htm

Gary
Oh, I have IE6

Aug 10 '07 #2

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