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Start by using a Strict DTD and writing standards-compliant code. The W3 Validator indicates that your page has 226 errors for transitional code. That's a lot. Some may be trivial, but when you get that many, I suspect that some are not so trivial. And we're not even talking Strict here. (Strict is where you begin if you want IE to look like the other guys.)EDIT. A closer look at the validation errors indicates that there are really just a few kinds of errors, but they are repeated over and over again. So fixing them may not be such a terrible chore as it seems.

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Deirdre's Dad is correct, there were a lot of errors and Strict would be better than Transitional. This is why I prefer to test my web pages in IE.Nice site BTW!

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