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IE does not display/position <DIV>'s as expected

Hi HTML and CSS lists,

I have met problem of viewing this page with IE 6.0:
http://wwnew.linux-ha.org/SiteCredits

However this page reders perfectly if viewed with Firefox. I don't
know how to describe the symptom, so please kindly view this page with
IE and Firefox, and you will see the differences.

I did not write this page, however am assigned to fix this problem.
This page uses an external CSS, each <DIV> in this page is associated
with a style named by the <DIV>'s id, but I am not familiar with CSS
so don't know if it's caused by CSS.

Any suggestion on how to tame this page for IE 6.0 is highly
appreciated!

TIA
Jul 21 '05 #1
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ou****@sjtu.edu.cn (Sun, Xun) wrote:
I did not write this page, however am assigned to fix this problem.
This page uses an external CSS, each <DIV> in this page is associated
with a style named by the <DIV>'s id, but I am not familiar with CSS
so don't know if it's caused by CSS.

Any suggestion on how to tame this page for IE 6.0 is highly
appreciated!


Hire someone who knows what he/she is doing.

--
Spartanicus
Jul 21 '05 #2
"Sun, Xun" <ou****@sjtu.edu.cn> wrote in message
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Hi HTML and CSS lists,

I have met problem of viewing this page with IE 6.0:
http://wwnew.linux-ha.org/SiteCredits

However this page reders perfectly if viewed with Firefox. I don't
know how to describe the symptom, so please kindly view this page with
IE and Firefox, and you will see the differences.

I did not write this page, however am assigned to fix this problem.
This page uses an external CSS, each <DIV> in this page is associated
with a style named by the <DIV>'s id, but I am not familiar with CSS
so don't know if it's caused by CSS.

Any suggestion on how to tame this page for IE 6.0 is highly
appreciated!

TIA


The page says CSS2 at the bottom. I assume the problem is then being caused
by the CSS as IE doesn't support (not fully anyway) CSS 2.

Kieran
Jul 21 '05 #3

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