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    cant spot simple problem

    Hello,

    I'm working on a new site layout, so far I'm building a template. There is no PHP or advanced javascripting in there yet, its pretty much standard HTML. However, the site acts irradically on IE but seems to be okay aside from a few pesky problems in firefox.

    The address is:
    http://www.egoid.net/developing/crice/template.html

    please take a look at it in ei and in firefox if you can.

    For some reason, IE doesnt want to show the right most menu or it's content, it simply cuts it out without expanding the tables or anything and there is simply no code to do that.

    What is the problem here?

    The only glich i see in firefox but ie does right, is the name underneath the rollovers doestn center, if you can tell me why i'd also appreciate it.

    thanks for the help
    Rulian

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    The reason the text won't center in Firefox is because the align attribute as on <div align="center"></div> (known in short-form as <center></center>) is deprecated (out-dated) as are several other tags and attributes on your webpage.
    For every complex problem, there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.

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    thanks for the help, is that also why IE wont display the right menu?


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