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    Different Monitor resolutions changing layout! Help

    I'm trying to launch my website <a href="http://www.ryankreeps.com">http://www.ryankreeps.com</a>

    It looks fine on my macbook, but when I open it on a computer with a different resolution it looks terrible. Everything is out of place.

    This is based off a wordpress template that I've customized a bit. This is my first website and I'm pretty much clueless. I know it has something to do with using absolute, relative, or float positioning. Can anyone take a look and give me some hints what is wrong?!

    -Ryan

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    Hello ryankreeps,
    I just checked it out and spread it over 2 monitors (3840px wide) and it looked fine in FireFox 3.5.
    What browser is it breaking in?
    Have you tried to validate it? A lot of times there are errors you can't fix, there are also usually a lot you can. Could make a difference.
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    I've tried firefox and ie on a few different computers and everything is all moved around.


    Ummm yea I just tried to validate it. It came up with 83 different errors. Which was basically 82 more than I was hoping for.


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