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  1. Thanks yet again, Ingolme. The line height declarations for the text (and particularly the <p> tags) was deliberate - I wanted the line height to be slightly greater than the font size. Hence: p{ font-size: 18px; line-height: 22px;} But your response got me thinking about the relationship between the two and after playing around with them, realised that it was the <sup>®</sup> that was causing the problems. Because the ® was superscripted, it was assuming a line height of its own (in addition to the line height of the text) and thus pushing that line of text downwards by c
  2. Thanks for the further input, Ingolme. I've checked the css and there's no line-height declarations for any images - the only line-height declarations relate to text. I have just realised, I missed a bit of the jigsaw - the 'Zumba' page has its own style sheet due to the different colour layout of that one page. Here's the missing URL if anybody can point me in the right direction: http://www.hillsntoe...style_zumba.css . Thanks again Webbo
  3. Wow! Ingolme - thank you for such a quick response. Your diagnosis has solved my first problem - that of the "missing" navbar. I'm very grateful. My second problem, however, is still there - albeit that's Ingolme's fix has slightly changed the position of some elements since my post earlier today. I've attached two compressed .jpgs (.pdf file was too large to upload) showing screen dumps of how the page looks in Firefox and others (correct) and how it displays in IE7 (with annotations explaining the issues). Again, any help on this issue would be gratefully appreciated. Thanks and regards We
  4. Hi I've used W3Schools for a good few years and find it the best educational tool for HTML and CSS. Thanks guys! I was really pleased to discover recently that you have forums, too. I have a problem with the display on my wife's site, which appears to only manifest itself on IE7 (and earlier). The display is as intended on IE8, IE9, Firefox, Safari and Chrome. My concern is obviously for those using IE browsers older than IE8. The site itself (in its current format) was originally built about five years ago, when my knowledge was confined to the use of tables for layout as opposed to using
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