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    MaggieBroon's Avatar

    [CSS] Broken Home Page

    Hiya guys,

    After the help I got with my drop-down menu, thought Id fire this over to you and see if you had any ideas.

    My junior designed this homepage and I'm having trouble building it in CSS. I really want to get it as close to his design as possible but its doing my head in!


    Almost works on FF/S on a Mac. Broken in IE 6/7 windows. Anyone got any ideas or should I scrap it and make it less complicated?


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    The link you posted appears to not be working

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    MaggieBroon's Avatar
    Sorry, I took it offline & re-uploaded it because it was being weird.

    I now made it work in all browsers except IE6. Thats the most important one because its the one my client uses. Anyone any ideas?


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    MaggieBroon's Avatar
    I fixed it. I just added a position:relative; to maindiv and that sorted the problem

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