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Major css problem for geting firefox to dispaly website correctly

i have a adult based site i.m working on the works 100% ok in ie, but
has major display errors in firefox
You can view the site at http://www.redlightworld.com/premium

Basically, the site views properly in IE, however, in Firefox the <div
id="containerb">, plus lots of other <div> tags does not align in the
center and this thrown off the the right side, top or merged together
on different pages.


another example is on http://www.redlightworld.com/login.php
there is issues with <div id="navsubbar"> it shows correctly in ie,
but in firefox the background image is not displayed and the hieght
and padding is not correct, the next <div> tag goes over the top of
it

i have 2 css files
http://www.redlightworld.com/css/tpl_style.css
http://www.redlightworld.com/css/rlwstyle.css

i am thing its a problem with <div> tags not showing correcly, in ie
the site works 100% ok, but in firefox lots of div tags are not
dispalying correctly at all, any help with hese issue or pointing me
in the right direction to sort the firefox issues out whould be
welcome

thanks in advance
Jul 4 '08 #1
2 1830
drhowarddrfine
7,435 Expert 4TB
Whenever a site displays properly in IE but not Firefox, it's the first indication that your site is marked up wrong. Never, ever use IE as a test for what should work. Validate your html and css for your list of errors. Then get your site working in the modern browser, Firefox, first. Then we can adjust for IEs quirks and bugs.

IE7 is 10 years behind web standards and broken.
Jul 4 '08 #2
dlite922
1,584 Expert 1GB
Multiple issues.

We can't possibly sit here and fix up your site for you.

Post code, not links to an adult site, for us to look at. You have to respect that not everyone here wishes to see such content, but they don't mind seeing code.

If you can isolate the code on a test page to show us the problem.

Separating the code might even help you track down and conquer the problem.

If all else fails, hire a web developer. :)


-Dan
Jul 6 '08 #3

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