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November 3, 2006, 4:39 pm
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Here lies my problem. Im building a website for a real estate company
and i built it in CSS. www.royalrealtytn.com That is the website. My
problem is that in internet explorer the content pages come up fine.
But when I load it up in Firefox it pulls the content down below then
navlinks. For example go to the site
http://www.royalrealtytn.com/buyers.html Load this up in Firefox to see
that the content is pulled down below the nav links and if you load it
up in IE the content is the correct position. Can anybody help me with
the css on this. Im sure its quiet simple
- Beauregard T. Shagnasty
November 3, 2006, 5:42 pm
Re: Web Code problems
From #rh-col, remove the float: left and change the margins to
Consider using em units instead of pixels for sizing. This way when I
increase my font sizes (because I'm visually impaired) your text won't
escape out of the boxes. Also use percentages for font-sizing.
You also haven't assigned a background color to body, so I see my ugly
default purple. Move the content column's background color to body
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