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:) Hey everyone,

Hows it going?

I have a prob with my css layout and I have fiddling around with it for 3 days and can't seem to understand why it looks great in IE and it lines up terrible in FF.

I kinda need a fresh set of eyes.

Here it is-- http://greenbolnyc.com/policy/policies.htm

here is my css layout-- http://greenbolnyc.com/css/msgstyle.css

Basically my main div does not contain the divs that are inside it.

I know it has something to do with the "float control" but if you look at the header div the menu div fits perfectly

it could be the DIV { margin: 0px, auto; } which I think centers all divs ... but I am not sure

any suggestions would be fantastic!

:)

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Hi dbguide

Pff. No easy assignment there.

I think I solved it. It had to do with the 'overflow: hidden' attribute. Delete it.

The height of your page in FF will not be ok. Fix it by setting a 'height: 520px' and 'max-height: 520px' attribute. Play with the numbers 'till your satisfied.

Let me know how that works out for ya.

Greetz J.

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Hi jb1ker,

thanks for your help, however I think the css file you were looking at actually have updates that have fixed the problem. Another designer from another forum told me that the overflow:hidden attribute would solve my problem.

I did try your method of setting a static height but it becomes difficult when applying to all pages.

However the overflow attribute actually helps contains the floating divs inside the main div. I never had encountered this before. Funny enough.

Thanks for the advice though. I really appreciate it.

Hi dbguide

Pff. No easy assignment there.

I think I solved it. It had to do with the 'overflow: hidden' attribute. Delete it.

The height of your page in FF will not be ok. Fix it by setting a 'height: 520px' and 'max-height: 520px' attribute. Play with the numbers 'till your satisfied.

Let me know how that works out for ya.

Greetz J.

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dbguide

ok. that's the interesting part about it. you never stop learning or exploring. Good luck.

J

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