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Tom
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      05-19-2004
Hi
I am having a problem with the following page...
http://test.lightbox.ie/Broadcast/index_new.html
In Opera the list that I am using does not appear inline but like a normal
list.
In Mozilla Firefox the image on the left of the top blue bar doesn't appear
in the div but outside of it and I am having a pain in my head trying to
align the main welcome text div with the borders on the image...
Seems to look OK in IE 6 for now although I wait to be proven wrong!
Anyone got any thoughts for me on this?
Much appreciated!
T


 
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Els
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      05-19-2004
Tom wrote:

> Hi
> I am having a problem with the following page...
> http://test.lightbox.ie/Broadcast/index_new.html
> In Opera the list that I am using does not appear inline but like a normal
> list.


Just from what I remember from a similar case: the menu
(list) should have a defined width to not 'wrap' in Opera.

> In Mozilla Firefox the image on the left of the top blue bar doesn't appear
> in the div but outside of it and I am having a pain in my head trying to
> align the main welcome text div with the borders on the image...


Have you tried setting all margins and paddings to 0 and
start from there? Some browsers have different default
margins and paddings than others.

> Seems to look OK in IE 6 for now although I wait to be proven wrong!
> Anyone got any thoughts for me on this?


I have cookies disabled in IE, and the page doesn't get past
halfway downloading. (10 items remaining).

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