I got it fixed. Yeah its was a problem with positioning but I wonder
if IE follows any rules at all. Its a pain to work with. Firefox is
On Wed, 8 Sep 2004 09:51:11 +0100 (IST), Lee Hosty <hostyle at csn.ul.ie> wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Sep 2004, Gearoid Donnellan wrote:
>> > I've only really started using css recently so I could b making a
> > mistake. I am using div tags and css to position the different
> > sections of the website.
> > When I view my webpage in Firefox it automatically expands the
> > sections to the width of the browser but in IE it wraps the sections
> > to the width of the text in the div tag.
> > Is there anyway to fix this or get around it?
>> A hint as to your problem: too much use of position: absolute. Column
> layouts in CSS can be hard to get exactly right. I advise you to google
> for "CSS column layout".
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