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    problem with web page in FF...

    I'm developing a site for a friend and I'm struggling to sort out a problem with the way the page renders in Firefox as opposed to IE7. If you look at the site in IE7, the content falls within the pale yellow div. In FF it lies below it. I can't see where I've gone wrong, and I'm hoping that a fresh pair of eyes will spot the error.

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    What happens if you specify a height to the yellow box... It might help if you included the relevant CSS.

    Could be a box model problem but I thought that was fixed in IE7?

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    A quick glance at the CSS, using webdeveloper plugin for Firefox, it looks like a float problem. Items in div.flower will need clear CSS set. Or a div after those items with clear:both; set at the bottom of the .flower div.

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