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Firefox/IE7 display issue

Hello,

I have a site I'm working on for a customer and trying to figure out
why its displaying differently in IE7 than it is in Firefox.

http://print2webcorp.com/marketplace...%20Finance&l2=

It looks perfect in Firefox, however when viewed in IE7 the navigation
is clearly broken. I've spent hours modifying it and trying different
layout options and nothing seems to work.

Compared to this page:

http://print2webcorp.com/marketplace...xpositor/main/

....which looks perfect in both browsers. I realize these pages do not
validate against the W3C. That aside, this is an asp.net platform so
its hard for me to see all the markup in one place. It's all buried in
different controls. I don't have the time to go through and fix each
little error.

If anyone has some insight into the problem I'd greatly appreciate it.

Sep 17 '07 #1
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On 9/17/2007 1:53 PM, Adam K. wrote:
Hello,

I have a site I'm working on for a customer and trying to figure out
why its displaying differently in IE7 than it is in Firefox.

http://print2webcorp.com/marketplace...%20Finance&l2=

It looks perfect in Firefox, however when viewed in IE7 the navigation
is clearly broken. I've spent hours modifying it and trying different
layout options and nothing seems to work.
I viewed the page with SeaMonkey, which has the same Gecko rendering
engine as Firefox. It does not look perfect. The page is too wide. To
view the entire page, I have to use the horizontal scroll bar, which is
a damned annoyance.

Compared to this page:

http://print2webcorp.com/marketplace...xpositor/main/

...which looks perfect in both browsers. I realize these pages do not
validate against the W3C. That aside, this is an asp.net platform so
its hard for me to see all the markup in one place. It's all buried in
different controls. I don't have the time to go through and fix each
little error.
The page has 215 XHMTL errors. Even if they are minor, that many errors
can easily mean that how a page is displayed by different browsers is a
matter of chance.

--

David E. Ross
<http://www.rossde.com/>.

The only reason we have so many laws is that not enough people will do
the right thing. ( 1997)
Sep 17 '07 #2

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