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    Senior Coder effpeetee's Avatar
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    Exclamation Site too large in IE8. OK with FFox and Chrome.

    This opening page is as I want it in FFox and Chrome but is large and untidy with IE8.
    I have not been able to sort it out.
    Any help gratfully received.

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    Hi Frank

    Site looks identical to me in IE8 and FF3.
    Wouldn't be text zoom in IE8 maybe?

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    To be certain that you have this problem, try running the page through this helpful site:

    http://www.browsershots.org

    I use it constantly to see how my page looks in other browsers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemacx View Post
    To be certain that you have this problem, try running the page through this helpful site:

    http://www.browsershots.org

    I use it constantly to see how my page looks in other browsers.
    Thanks mikemacx,

    That's the second time that I have been fooled by that.

    I shall have to put a label on my monitor.

    Is there some way that it can be reset from the index page. I am trying to find out why it gets changed.

    Many thanks.

    Frank
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    Control and scrolling your mouse changes text size. I do that a lot accidentally when copying and pasting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristofa View Post
    Control and scrolling your mouse changes text size. I do that a lot accidentally when copying and pasting.
    The shots that have come back from browsershots. All of them are wrong, even the ones that I can try directly. They are all too narrow.

    Not sure where to go from here.

    Frank
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