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Thread: CSS Align Issues

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    CSS Align Issues

    I'm hoping one of CSS guru's can see what I have done here.

    The navigation alignment on this page is off in IE. It looks like a champ in Firefox and I can't seem to figure out what is different from the other pages of this site. Every other page looks fine in IE.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    PREVIEW:


    Page:
    http://www.rntfoil.com/careers/

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    Hmm... it's hard for me to read your code, but I'd venture to say it's cause you have your sub-content and main-content as the same width, or something to that extent. Sub content should be inside your main-content div.

    Also from an execution standpoint you want to write your code to where it make sense... like you have main-content coming before nav-tier1, but in the page layout it comes after. so in your code you should have it coming after.
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    I'll try and take a look at that man. Thanks. I am just getting started with CSS, I'm trying to unlearn table formatting.

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