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Old August 22nd, 2004, 09:15 PM
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all,

i've been viewing in mozilla as i've designed, but now looking at it in ie, it all falls apart.

the nav collapses, leaving lines only
the footer looses it's links
the page collapses on several versions of ie

i checked out http://www.positioniseverything.net/explorer.html but cannot identify what the problem in [might be due to my beginner level]

here is the url -->>http://katzidesign.com/katz/index9.htm

here is the css -->>http://katzidesign.com/katz/index8.css

would very much appreciate some help :-)

experience level = low
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What version of IE are you using? It looks same as Firefox to me on IE6.

I suggest trying out "IE7" if someone hasn't already suggested this to you.

http://dean.edwards.name/IE7/intro

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Old August 23rd, 2004, 04:08 PM
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how does it look on firefox? like i described? i'm trying to make sure it can be viewed in ie 6. goodness knows what ie will do in 7, but thanks for the suggestion :-]

i did find a fix so that it now shows the links in the footer and nav, but when you mouse over the nav, it disappears. need some suggestions on that one.

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Mouse over what nav, the one on the left? Nothing happens, for me, except the mouseover highlighting.

Firefox and IE both view the same page, looks fine.

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thanks. guess i fixed it, but it didn't show up on my computer until later.

question - i was tired so just stapled the top nav in place using text, then took out the text and used my space bar inbetween the rollovers. i'm sure there is a better way of doing this in css, but couldn't find it in a quick look around. do you know how? i just need this little bit done, then i can get to the other pages after making this page a template.

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