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Aligenmet Of Horizontal Rule In Firefox

Posted on 2007-03-26
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Hi all

For the life of me I cannot figure out this problem. If you look at my site at http://www.smldesign.com in IE the page is perfect!

If you view it in Firefox the horizontal rule "<HR>" at the bottom of the page is in a different location I need it to look the same as IE.


CSS file is at: http://www.smldesign.com/code/css/sml-design.css

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use 'clear:both' on your hr
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Thanks! Eternal_Student
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