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I built my website with DW and it looks fine in Firefox but not in Internet explorer Can anyone give me some assistance, and help would be much appreciated- TIA The website is mhtphoto.com...

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    I built my website with DW and it looks fine in Firefox but not in Internet explorer

    Can anyone give me some assistance, and help would be much appreciated- TIA

    The website is mhtphoto.com
    RRMatt Guest

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    Hey Matt,

    There is a testing option to show error's it will perform in other browsers
    and how to fix them.

    I am not an expert at dreamweaver by any means but it may help if your not
    aware.

    Thanks,

    Dave

    davidmera Guest

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    I tried testing it and it says no errors found but still looks messed up in IE but not Firefox

    thanks david
    RRMatt Guest

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    >I built my website with DW and it looks fine in Firefox but not in Internet 

    The pages that are having problems in IE 7 for me (about, services etc)
    are not validating.

    First and foremost, IE does not like table heights. Also "margin" is
    something
    that is proprietary for IE but not seen in FF and IF you want to set 0
    margin
    for IE, it could be simply { margin: 0; } this sets top, right, bottom
    left to 0.
    <table width="1025" height="769" <body leftmargin="0" topmargin="0"
    marginwidth="0" marginheight="0">


    Katsuey Guest

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    > First and foremost, IE does not like table heights. Also "margin" is 

    This is quite confused.

    No browser "likes" invalid code, and table heights are invalid HTML.

    Margin is not IE proprietary. The left/topmargin and
    marginwidth/marginheight attributes ARE IE proprietary, however.

    And that last bit of code is a real puzzle....

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    "Katsuey" <com> wrote in message
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    >
    > The pages that are having problems in IE 7 for me (about, services etc)
    > are not validating.
    >
    > First and foremost, IE does not like table heights. Also "margin" is
    > something
    > that is proprietary for IE but not seen in FF and IF you want to set 0
    > margin
    > for IE, it could be simply { margin: 0; } this sets top, right, bottom
    > left to 0.
    > <table width="1025" height="769" <body leftmargin="0" topmargin="0"
    > marginwidth="0" marginheight="0">
    >[/ref]

    Murray Guest

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