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  • Having some spacing issues in IE

    Hey all,

    I've been dryrunning my website for a day or so and it comes up great in Firefox; however, I'm having some trouble with absolute positioning, and div spacing in IE. If you wouldnt mind taking a look at it, the website is www.adamsayer.com The css is at http://www.adamsayer.com/style.css. Thanks ahead of time!

    EDIT // Just to clarify, the problem seems to be in IE7 from what I can tell. The left column is appearing over top of the left column.

    EDIT2 // This can be closed, problem solved. Thanks to the people that helped!!
    Last edited by AdamSayer; 06-30-2009, 03:13 PM.
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