3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 16, 2010 2:48 PM by SugnaShane

    Problems with IE8

    Hobie 17

      I have a div id of Masthead. there is a 10 px border on the top. Plus a "p" tag at the beginning of the text. It works fine in Firefox but IE will not read the border or the "P" tag.

       

      URL:

       

      http://dwaugh.com/Dave%20Waugh%20Resume/Untitled-2.html

       

      Any help would be greatly appreciated.

        • 1. Re: Problems with IE8
          SugnaShane Level 2

          Where is the border on the <p>

           

          HTML

           

          <div id="mastHead">
            <p><a href="http://WWW.AAPHD.ORG"><br />
              WWW.AAPHD.ORG</a> :<br />
          Optimal Oral Health for All <span class="superscript">©</span><br />
          2004 American Association of<br />
          Public Health   Dentistry<br />
              3085 Stevenson Dr.,<br />
              Suite 200,<br />
          Springfield, IL   62703<br />
              Phone: (217) 529-6941   <br />
              Fax: (217) 529-9120  <br />
          E-mail:<a href="MailTo:natoff@aaphd.org">natoff@aaphd.org</a></p>
          </div>

          CSS
          p {
               margin-top: 0px;
               margin-bottom: .8em;
          }
          #mastHead {
               width: 100%;
               font-family: Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif;
               font-size: 12px;
               text-decoration: none;
               font-style: normal;
               font-weight: normal;
               margin-top: 10px;
               line-height: 1.2em;
               text-align: center;
          }

          • 2. Re: Problems with IE8
            Hobie 17 Level 1

            Sorry      There is a 10 px margin on the mastHead div.

            • 3. Re: Problems with IE8
              SugnaShane Level 2

              What do you want to do exactly? or what is the issue?

               

              Are you using margining as a spacer between divs?

               

              did you try padding the content?

               

              Just not sure of the issue. IE 8 is adding a bit more space then FF and safari is that the issue?

               

              Shane