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jonbey

Table Cell In Xp Ie7 On 2 Lines But Cannot Work Out Why!

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Hi

 

Any ideas why I cannot get this page working right in XP IE7 (maybe others). Client can see "liquer coffees" on 2 lines, just used browsershots.org and can see this in XP IE7. Ok on Vista IE8, and currently upgrading my Linux box so cannot view IE6.

 

Attached is the image from browsershots.

 

 

 

Just made an adjustment to a cell width..... maybe that is itm but can only use that broswershots service once a day. Darn!

 

Hopefully my IE6 will be online later!

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If the glitch is 'above the fold', jonbey, you may find

http://ipinfo.info/netrenderer/

is useful.

 

It gives you a number of choices of browser to test out.

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Guest joedolson

It's looking fine to me now in IE7, so I'd gamble that your change of cell width did the job.

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Hi

 

yeah, I got ie6 working and the site was a mess - the left sidebar had dropped down too. All sorted now. Merged cells and generally gave more space for stuff.

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