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msie bug

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Hi, I am new to html and css. I know there is some bugs in
interpreting css in msie.

I have this page www.restauraceskalka.cz/m2.html . In firefox
evertyhing is just fine but in msie picture looks different. Can
somebody tell me how to do it that msie is going to interpretate web
page in the same way as firefox?

thx
Feb 1 '08 #1
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And to be concrete I want to make "go away" that aprox 3 px space at 3
rd row (you can see the difference in msie)
Feb 1 '08 #2

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Thx a lot man, your answer doesnt explain why this is happinŽ in my
code, but your solution is much more simplier and works the same way
in both (firefox, ie).

have a nice day
Feb 1 '08 #3

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In article
<2d**********************************@s13g2000prd. googlegroups.co
m>,
chozze <ch****@gmail.comwrote:
Thx a lot man, your answer doesnt explain why this is happinŽ in my
code, but your solution is much more simplier and works the same way
in both (firefox, ie).

have a nice day
Are you saying that my casting of your page does not show the
problem you mentioned? I can only think that maybe it is because
I zeroed the margins and paddings (I can't look now because you
do not quote anything and I have not the time this minute to
fetch the thread or see where I flung that url of mine or what
yours was (I use an online reader). Different browsers set
different margins and paddings as default...
We will talk later... man...

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dorayme
Feb 1 '08 #4

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In article
<2d**********************************@s13g2000prd. googlegroups.co
m>,
chozze <ch****@gmail.comwrote:
Thx a lot man, your answer doesnt explain why this is happinŽ in my
code, but your solution is much more simplier and works the same way
in both (firefox, ie).

have a nice day
I was too curious!

It turns out that it was the doctype difference, I was using
Strict 4.01 and you Transitional. I don't think it is a padding
or margin default issue. WinIE6 is reacting badly to the
transitional doctype (best not to be using if you can help it)

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dorayme
Feb 1 '08 #5

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On Feb 1, 7:19 am, dorayme <doraymeRidT...@optusnet.com.auwrote:
In article
<2d8c5d5a-b504-4fb8-951a-177ad8289...@s13g2000prd.googlegroups.co
m>,

chozze <cho...@gmail.comwrote:
Thx a lot man, your answer doesnt explain why this is happinŽ in my
code, but your solution is much more simplier and works the same way
in both (firefox, ie).
have a nice day

I was too curious!

It turns out that it was the doctype difference, I was using
Strict 4.01 and you Transitional. I don't think it is a padding
or margin default issue. WinIE6 is reacting badly to the
transitional doctype (best not to be using if you can help it)

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dorayme
Amazing!! It really works, this cant never comes to my mind bcs as I
mentioned I am new to all of this.

thx again for your time man, you really helped me

Feb 1 '08 #6

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