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there is a slight kick when browsing using FF and IE but this is how the two browsers render differently
i do sugest you move over to CSS when laying out your design as you will have allot more control
note: in your CSS you have the line below...
This line is invalid in all browsers as you need to define what 14 is. Example >> (14px)
Unfortunately this is what happens when you use HTML written by a graphics
application (FW/Photoshop/ImageReady/etc.). That code is suitable only for
prototyping, not for real-world use.
These may help you understand -
Taking a Fireworks comp to a CSS-based layout in Dreamweaver
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"vrthree" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have built a website which i designed in photoshop, sliced up and added
> rollovers in fireworks. I imported it into Dream Weaver to add the text.
> As the
> page sizes differ due the amount of text it seems to effect the rest of
> objects within the pages. It looks ok in firefox and safari but it is a
> mess in IE. www.impress-image.com
> Can you help?