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May help, may not. Often trial & error is the best approach.
"k3gbb" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> This is my first post and I am not great in Dreamweaver. I am working on
> website for my wife who is a dog trainer. I would like to align
> the three DIVs (dog1, dog2, dog3) in the "dogs" DIV at the bottom of the
> It views correctly in Firefox but not in IE (not in alingment). I think
> is is
> a 'float' problem but I just can't get it to view correctly in IE. I did
> validate the code at W3C.
> The page is located at http://k9play.com/main5.html
> Any suggestions?
Well, I gave that a try and it did not help. Specifically, I reduced the right and left margins set for the dog2 DIV from 25 to 12 px and there was no improvement in IE.
IE6 is dropping Donna's picture below Donna's Philosophy too. So there are
several problems with this present layout. As a test, increase Container
width to 900px.
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That seemed to have worked. So, if I wanted to keep the container at 800 what do I have to do to keep things in balance?