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Thread: FF vs IE padding problem
03-21-2010, 11:55 AM #1
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FF vs IE padding problem
Hi, please take a look at this site,
In IE and FF,
I've given the 3 problematic divs a 2px border color in blue, red and green, so the problem will be more apparent when you load the page in different browsers.
Can you please tell me why is there a space between the red and green border in Firefox but there is none in IE?
I want to get rid of this space in firefox. so the site should look in firefox the way it does in IE. I've tried everything i know, but to no avail,
This is the css file for this site
Anyone with experience in the FF and IE padding problem, would know how to do this. Thanks, help appreciate.
03-21-2010, 12:46 PM #2
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In order to display the paragraph on the left side, you use 8 divs and two tables. =8: I don't feel like digging through all that. Plus, you have 56 HTML errors and 2 CSS errors.
That whole blue outlined area could/should be accomplished with two headings, a <p> and one <ul>.
Suffice to say, as always, Firefox is showing what you wrote while IE makes things up as it goes along, so get it working in the more modern browser first, then worry about IE.