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In your css file, inside the mainbody id you got the following:

.mainbody {
margin-left: auto;
margin-right: auto;
margin: 0 auto;
background: url(images/white-frame.png) no-repeat;
height: 702px;
width: 1000px;
}

The width property exceeds the screen's resolution... try reducing it to the body's container's width.

Edited by Nichito: n/a

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Thanks for you help but.. i watch it on a high resulotion..

its not the case and must be an object that isnt align correctly..
trying to fijnd it but havent yet

Demm internet explorer.. always problems

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It looks to me that you found it already. Congratulations. I checked with IE6, IE7 and IE8. No visible scrollbars.

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Yee, it was a "absolute" definition in my css..
Internet explorer has a problem with the - position: absolute
so i had to redesign my Divs so that would enable me to position
those elements without using that order

But thanks for the help :)

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Yee, it was a "absolute" definition in my css..
Internet explorer has a problem with the - position: absolute
so i had to redesign my Divs so that would enable me to position
those elements without using that order

But thanks for the help :)

Please mark the thread as 'solved', this way you can help others too... ;)

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