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I have a site that is generated by XSLT. However, a particular div is displaying a top border on IE, but not on other web browsers. How can I get the border to display on other browsers? If I put a margin of 76px around that div, it will display, but then throws the IE version out of position.

Help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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Did you create a static version of whatever it is you're trying to generate with XML/XSL? I've learned my lesson...always make sure a static (HTML) copy works in all browsers before attempting to create it with XML/XSL.

Paste your XML and XSL (separately...obviously) and I'll take a look.

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Hey thanks for the reply. I think I may have found my answer. I may need to create a valid xhtml form using XSLT in order for all the browsers to display the css properly. Wish I could post all my code here, but it's a work thing and it's highly confidential haha.

Thanks anyway.

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