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    Line up Items in IE

    Hey guys, I am having a problem with my site displaying in IE, the radio buttons don't line up, they are positioned at the edge of the next one on the line below. . . I don't know why but if anybody could help that would be great! Thanks


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    I don't see any buttons at all...

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    Neither do I but I assume you want them on the same line. Just take them out of the divs that they are in, divs take up a line of their own.

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    sorry guys, hit the click on collapse/expand and u will see what I am talking about

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    Right do what I told you to do. Don't put the radio buttons inside their own div or else they will take up their own line.

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    but they aren't taking up their own line, they are doing what I want them to but it's like every line they go down it idents farther. . .

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    Okay gotcha, add float:left;clear:left; to the CSS for those divs. Or just put them inside an ordered or unordered list. Also you can use an id one time. Use a class if you want to use some styles more than once. You really don't even need to float them if you want them on different lines. By default divs will be on their own lines.
    Last edited by _Aerospace_Eng_; 07-08-2005 at 03:47 AM.


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