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    browser CSS help Firefox

    I know firefox is the most reliable and tamed browser off all when it comes to CSS however this time I am really having a hard time displaying elements properly in firefox at financialcoachshow.com


    I checked rest of the brower , IE , chrome and Safari and all of them display the page nice and aligned like in screenshot link:

    http://img859.imageshack.us/img859/9942/thefinancialcoachshow.png


    However firefox ends up displaying page like , screenshot link:

    http://img860.imageshack.us/img860/6...ancialcoac.png


    Any suggestions on whats messing it ?
    Last edited by eddywebs; 04-18-2011 at 10:56 PM.

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    Change your #workshop h1 css to:

    Code:
    #workshop h1 {
        color: #FFFFFF;
        letter-spacing: 0;
        text-decoration: underline;
    }

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddywebs View Post
    Any suggestions on whats messing it ?
    invalid markup:

    http://validator.w3.org/check?verbos...achshow.com%2F

    is a good idea to try to fix it and validate css too.

    best regards

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    Just saw there are more issues, most of them have to do with Firefox not using the same font as the other browsers, hence the spacing issue on the top for "Saturdays..."

    As for the newspaper image jumping up, that is strange that it works in chrome and not FireFox.

    The way to fix is to do a "clear:both" or "clear:left" on the #recentNews css element.

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    Thanks @Wojjie , letter-spacing and clear:both fixed and the layout displays like a charm.

    One last thing that still persists is that I am trying find out how to take out the black border around the images .
    Checked and there are no border properties defined in the css for the img tag , still a black border displays in firefox3 only and not Firefox 4 or chrome/IE/safari

    firefox 3.5 screenshot here >>

    http://img860.imageshack.us/img860/6...ancialcoac.png

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    Some browsers will default to a border for the img tag, you are best to add this:

    Code:
    img{border:0}

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