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No help from anyone on this? Damn, I must have stumped everyone.
this is due to the difference in calculation of height and width of objects in FF and IE. FF counts the lines margins and padding + the width of the object IE doesnt do this quite the same...
only thing u can do is make browser specific css rules to make the 1px difference disappear.
Thanks for the help, Loco. How difficult is it for me to make browser specific CSS rules? I assume that I would need to put in some "If IE" tag that will allow the div in question to move one pixel lower if the user is browsing with IE. Any additional help would be much appreciated.
I always use this rule.
Since IE doenst pick up the rule where is stated if the #Footer is in the body which is in the HTML (html>body) its perfect to use for this purpose.
So the rule would be:
border-bottom: #000 solid thin;
I think this will do it.