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Old January 22nd, 2005, 05:35 PM
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Default IE Hack needed for form position

I have been developing my CSS positioned site for a while now and testing it mainly in FireFox, but when I came to test it in IE i descovered a major problem.

There are a series of div's floated down the left hand side of the page wrapper, with the content div flowing down the right containing a series of item div's within it. The bottom most of these item div's contains a form, and in FireFox there are no problems at all, but in IE if the left floated div's extend below the start of the form on the right, the top of the form is moved down below them. This is a serious problem and I was not sure if there was a CSS hack available to stop IE messing up my layout or not

Here's a link to an affected page:

And my CSS sheet

If anyone can help it'd be very much appreciated! thankyou!
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