A misaligned background on 1024*768 on IE7

Hello guys!
Please, I need your help... I just realized that this page is very bad on IE7 on a 1024x768 screen resolution (I didn't notice before because I have a 1680x1050 resolution monitor and all seemed aligned)


The background image is misaligned, and there's an horizontal scroller
I am sure that the fault is on "image-wrapper" or "car-used" divs, but I don't know how to fix it...
Please, can you help? You can use conditional comments if you like, because all is fine in the other browsers and I'd prefer to not touch che main .css
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Steve KrileCommented:
Troubleshooting styling issues from a full site like this is very difficult.  Can you create a stand-alone version (just attach the code) that exihibits the problem?  Include ONLY the style rules and minimal content.
Using the IE developer tools, if you take away the absolute positioning on the #image-wrapper, it seems to be fine.  
You can use a conditional comment do do this.  See below:

<!--[if IE 7]>
<style type="text/css">
#image-wrapper {z-index:-1;}

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ivanhalenAuthor Commented:
LZ1, I tried your solution but it's still misaligned: better than before, but not perfect
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I didn't see this at first, but you also have a float:right on the #car-used div inside.  Try killing that in your IE 7 conditional CSS.
ivanhalenAuthor Commented:
Still no luck :-(
What happens to it then?  When I tested it in IE tester it looked fine.  
ivanhalenAuthor Commented:
Hi LZ1, I attached two pictures , that's how I see it on IE7

More, cutting off position:absolute from #image-wrapper makes the "Cerchi un'auto usata?  Vai..." text appearing *below* the car image

The solution is *a little bit* more complicated, I got it on SitePoint forums:

Thanks still


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