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  1. So I have fixed the things that you mentioned, but I still am having the same problem with the divisions being all out of place in IE. Is there a order that should be taken when calling divisions in the html?Thanks.
  2. My website is flawless in FireFox but I can not get two divisions to work correctly in internet explorer. I am pretty new at CSS scripting, so I am not sure where to go from here. This is my site My WebpagePlease take a look at it in both browsers.Below are my CSS and html documents /* css file modified from bluerobot.com */html,body { text-align:center; margin: 0; padding: 0; font-size:12px; color:black; background-image:url(../photos/BackFlat.jpg); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-attachment:fixed; background-position:bottom center;}@media all { #wrapper { margin: 0 auto; pa
  3. I have posted the html too... please help!!!Thanks
  4. My wesite looks great in FF but in IE two divisions, contacts and downloads are out of place. Contacts is supposed to float to the right of the text in the content division, and downloads is supposed to float right directly below contacts. This does not happen; instead the contacts division floats righ below the text, and downloads floats right to the immediate left of contacts. I have included a copy of my CSS. I think the problem lies within the order of division calling in my html pages. I call wrapper, header1, thumb, content, contacts, and finally downloads all in that order. /* css file
  5. I use a wrapper division in my css to center my page in the browser window, but the way that I have done it only appears to work in firefox, not IE. I have attached a copy of my css below. How can I fix this? body { margin: 0; padding: 0; font-size:12px; color:black; background-image:url(../photos/BackFlat.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-attachment:fixed; background-position:bottom center;}@media all { #wrapper { margin: 0 auto; padding: 0; border: 0; width: 800px; text-align: left; } }@media handheld { #wrapper { width: 90%; } }h1 { margin:0px 0p
  6. bjgrooven

    CSS problem

    Thanks for all the help, but I seem to have figured it out! The problem was some sort of error in the notepad document I was using. All I had to do was copy and paste my html script into a new document and it solved everything!Thanks again!
  7. bjgrooven

    CSS problem

    Here is my modified html and css docs. The page works just fine in IE but the image doesnt load in Firfox, nor do the rest of my styles work. Are there special characteristics of Firefox that I am missing? The css style link is the exact same format as that of a page I know works in Firefox, so that cant be the problem. Here are the new css and html.[/code]<html><head><style type="text/css" media="all">@import url("css/NSCS.css");</style><title>NSCS_University of Colorado at Boulder</title></head><body><div id="header1"><h1>Welcome t
  8. bjgrooven

    CSS problem

    I have just begun developing a web page for the first time. I am trying to apply my CSS that I have written to my page, but it doesnt work in firefox and comes up all funky in IE. I have gone through the tutorial and am still dumbfounded! Am I linking the CSS to the html wrong? Have I written the CSS wrong? Any help would be appreciated!HTML: <html><head><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/NSCS.css"/><title>NSCS_University of Colorado at Boulder</title></head><body><div id="header1"><h1>Welsome to NSCS<br>in Boulder!<
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