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IE 6 display issue background image

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Never mind. There was a stray comment tag inbetween the CSS code and the body code.

I am working on a web page with a background image. I tried using the CSS background tag to avoid the slice and dice table approach. This is the page:

It works just fine in Flock 1.2.4

In IE6, the only thing that shows up on the page is the background image. Everything else is gone. If I delete the CSS style information for the background image, everything on the page shows up:

I am not a super-experienced coder. I am using Dreamweaver to build my code. I did validate the page at the W3-validation site and found that the CSS code is supposedly OK; but, there are several HTML issues. None of these seem to be critical in that they don't 'seem' to affect display.

Do I need to go back to slices to get this to display properly? Why can't IE 6 see the table or any other data on the page?

Aug 6 '08 #1
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