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Float problem with IE 5.5

Posted on 2006-11-06
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Hi Experts,

I am stuck with trying position the floats properly in IE 5.5 browser. You can view the files at http://Mysite.com . It views fine in IE 6. Any help in fixing this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance!
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I checked, this will fix it, in your css change:

.address {
      margin: 10px 10px 200px 10px;

to:

.address {
      margin: 10px 0px 200px 0px;

In IE 5.5 because of the broken box model bug, the margins are pushing the sidebar to be 226px, not 206px, so that is why your content div can't fit next to it. If you make the above change, it will work in all browsers.

-Mark
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by:funhyun1
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SabreCEO,
Thank you very much for your solution!!
:)
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