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Jensen
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http://www.adriennedesigns.net is the website I'm working on. I've got the area where the text is set to a width of 450px and the height of the area set to 565px - and it looks just how i want in firefox. The text wraps and the entire image I want shown is shown. However in IE it snips the bottom of the image off and the text overflows just a bit. Why? I don't get it :\Thanks in advance.
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http://www.adriennedesigns.net is the website I'm working on. I've got the area where the text is set to a width of 450px and the height of the area set to 565px - and it looks just how i want in firefox. The text wraps and the entire image I want shown is shown. However in IE it snips the bottom of the image off and the text overflows just a bit. Why? I don't get it :\Thanks in advance.
First of all, I notice that there's a closing DIV tag missing, which I don't know if that will help... I'd think so, though. Then IE would know what to do... I think Firefox tends to fill in missing tags... but I could be wrong.You might also want to change the é in "resumé" to é since it renders as é on my computer...Hope this helps.
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One way to make the text not overflow is by padding.....Modify you CSS...#content { top: 200px; position: relative; left: 25px; color: #000000; width: 450px; height: 565px; padding-bottom: 29px; text-align: justify; padding: 10px; /*padding-left: 10px;*/ background: url(back.jpg); }

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