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[joomla] css issue

Ted Coyle ted.coyle at nutrigraphix.com
Tue Oct 19 11:05:26 EDT 2010


Ellen, how familiar are you with CSS? The behavior of IE browsers versus all others is very broad topic and does cause many inconsistencies. But in short you will need to edit your template's CSS file to fix the problems your are having - have you done that before?


On Oct 18, 2010, at 2:28 PM, Ellen Rothwax wrote:

> This is mostly a css issue, but it is a Joomla site so it isn't
> straight forward for me. It is a browser inconsistency, but i don't
> know how to correct it and I was hoping someone can help. In Firefox,
> it looks the way I want it to. In IE8, it is totally off. The link is
> http://tinyurl.com/2b3v35z. The navigation should be to the left of,
> but tucked under, the logo a bit, with the list going horizontally. In
> IE it is vertically across, and the text is below instead of to the
> left of the navigation.
> When I strip out any Joomla code, the css works as expected in both Firefox and IE !?!
> An insight would be helpful.
> Ellen
> 
> -- 
> Ellen Rothwax
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