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IE problem

Discussion in 'Website Coding & Programming Forum:' started by peps, Aug 31, 2010.

  1. peps

    peps New Member

    Hi there guys
    ive tried to upload the page im working on -& disappeared completely, however, if you check the url in Safari - you will the page itself & the rendering

    (pls ignore the footer)

    This same positioning - that renders correct in Safari, renders very veyr weird in IE. Im with Explorer 8, & was wondering where else i should look - most probbaly there is something very wrong in the css as long as not disappeared compeltely

    any ideas how to make it work in explorer..its just such a hustle...
    thank you for all comments in advance
  2. peps

    peps New Member

  3. djb

    djb Member

    Always use the validators to check your html and css:

    The W3C Markup Validation Service

    The W3C CSS Validation Service

    These will show up some errors, get these sorted and then go from there.

    Also you’ve spelt cleaning wrong in book a cleaning box on the right and the whole thing seems to keep reloading as well which is killing my mobile broadband so that’s all I can help with!
  4. peps

    peps New Member

    thnak you


    hi there
    thanks for the comment David
    have checked the mark up&css with w3c-kust a few htings left to figure out - however still have this problem of positioning some of the images
    you can refresh now the page
    i have removed the refreshing option from the html as was quite disturbing, really

    great portfolio, by the way-very very simple, neat & professional website
    well done
  5. DougBarned

    DougBarned Member

    Sorry, but what are you trying to fix? It seems a bit buggered in general.

    Attached Files:

  6. Corrosive

    Corrosive Moderator Staff Member

    Totally agree with Doug here. The whole thing is a mess! You are using right and left positioning combined with some negative margins etc to get your layout and it is causing all hell to break loose on your page. The idea behind relative or 'page flow' positioning is that all divs press against each other and affect each other to achieve your layout. You are mixing disciplines and approaches so much that almost everything on the page overlaps.

    You may want to consider starting again I think.

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