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    Re: IE7 css problem

    Thanks, webman. I had not heard of that glitch.

    Everything's perfect [for the moment].

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    Re: IE7 css problem

    OK, found another odd bug.

    If you go to claridenfundraisers.com/tcsweb2/forum/gallery.php?cid=1 (add http to the beginning) in Netscape of Firefox, you will notice the page is off centered, the navigation bar does not go all the way down, and the bottom bar does not move down like it should.

    What is odd is that I already corrected several of these issues on the other pages (click on Mainpage for example). I have copied and pasted the coding from the mainpages to the template (it is powered by PunBB forums), but it should appear correctly.

    Any ideas? The PunBB forum was useless for this (no one responded in over two weeks).

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    Re: IE7 css problem

    You need to remove the height in the #content.

    That should work for you. Let me know.

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    Re: IE7 css problem

    Plugged_in, thanks. Removing the height did fix the problem with the bottom border. This also led me to discover I have copied part of the style changes from the old template, bringing back all of the old problems ops: Oops.

    I now copied the correct code and everything is looking good again.

    Thanks for the help!

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    Re: IE7 css problem

    yeah no worries like I say just buy me a drink haha.

    Anything else let me know. I saw that your code needed a little cleaned up.

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