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Logo is diplayed raggedly in Internet Explorer 6

Posted on 2009-07-06
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In Internet Explorer my slightly resized logo (in Photoshop keeping scale) looks horrible in Internet Explorer 6. How come? It looks fine in IE7 and 8 as well in the latest Firefox..
Here is the link to the page: http://tiny.cc/xc4mn
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uxdesigner earned 300 total points
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The actual image is 195px x 95px. In your html you have it set as 207px x 101px.

Either remove the width and height completely, or change to 195px X 95px and your issue will be solved.
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by:rhandalthor
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Thanks a billion. Overlooked the logo size settings in the header.
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