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Small problem with image placement in IE6

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Hi guys,

Hope you're doing well. I know a little bit about CSS but not that much so I haven't been able to solve a CSS issue that I'm having in the IE6 browser. The code is nice and neat because I used a PSD-to-XHTML service originally - but I've made a fair number of changes since then. Recently I tried to do a drop-shadow footer image (footer.gif) and was told to add this code to the CSS:

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  1. #wrapper img{margin-left:1px;}
This fix works in Opera and Firefox but I also tested in IE6 on Windows XP and the footer doesn't look right on the main pat testing home page. However, more importantly, the free guide page is now pretty messed up too.

The free guide page should look a bit like this page does.

I was hoping a CSS ninja could help me with this glitch?

Thanks in advance!
Feb 14 '08 #1
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Fix these . If it still doesn't fix it after that post back.

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Feb 14 '08 #2

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Death, thanks very much for the reply.

My CSS now validates but the problem still remains.
Feb 15 '08 #3

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