IE image position issue

Posted on 2009-12-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I am working on an edit to an existing site:

All I'm trying to do is position that purple starburst. Everything is fine in all browsers except IE (of course!).

In IE, the starburst is off to the right significantly.

I cannot figure out how to structure the condition statement and/or IE.css so that it doesn't show two starbursts in IE (one for normal browsers and one for IE).

I don't even know if I've explained this correctly.

Can anyone help me?

Question by:needanansweryesterday
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    Accepted Solution

    I think what you may need is browser detection in your html for various browsers and how they handle CSS.

    Please refer to this

    Author Comment

    hmmmm - well, I kept working at it and it turns out I had a the conditional statement in the body of the code AND a reference to the ie.css in my import.css. SO, as a result, the page was referring to the imported ie.css parameters no matter what I did with the conditional statement. This was also over-riding the styles on the page itself.

    blah blah blah....

    at any rate, I have it fixed now.

    thanks to any and all who looked at my issue.

    thanks to ExEx for the forum.


    Author Closing Comment

    thanks for looking at my issue

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