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  1. dhracer

    IE woes

    ah I see, so at some point does this mean all .html pages will have to be renamed to .xhtml and browsers will have to cope with this?
  2. dhracer

    IE woes

    Thanks for the info guys.Will update the DTD to 1.0 then, why is 1.1 a no-no by the way?I did use hover originally, but I found that when you unhovered the links and images stayed in their hover state so I went with the JS.
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    IE woes

    Hi guys,I've written a quick website and I've done some testing. It's validated xhtml1.1 and the stylesheet is also validated.I've tested in firefox on linux and windows, and opera too. Everything is perfect. In IE6 The first <li> item in the menu doesn't have it's picture displayed and when you mouseover it half of the picture for the <li> below is obscured for some reason. Can anyone help me? I'm really tired of working specially to get things to work in IE, I wish this POS browser would just die The url is www.tenshadesofgreen.co.uk Thanks
  4. the margin auto thing doesn't seem to work for me, I tried that <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd"><html><head><title>Div test</title><style type="text/css">div{ border-bottom-width : 2px; border-left-width : 2px; border-right-width : 2px; border-top-width : 2px; border-color : black; border-style : solid;}div.main { position : relative; float : right; width : 600px; margin : 0 auto; padding : 0; }div.right { float : right; position : relative;}</style
  5. Can someone please tell me how I can align a div in the centre of the page?I can't find anything in any of the tutorials on this
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