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jQuery accordion overlaps IE7 footer

Posted on 2010-08-23
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Hi -
I have a problem with a website here:  http://thymetoeat.net/N2010/m/index.html - that I hope someone can help me fix.

When I view the page with IE7 the jquery accordion overlaps the footer.  This condition only exists until the accordion is used.  Once a title bar of the accordion is clicked the accordion and footer will separate.

This only happens (as far as I know) in IE6 and IE7 on Windows.  All of the Mac browsers work fine and FF on Windows works fine.  I haven't tested any others.

Thanks in advance for your input.  

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Hi, I noticed you have a margin-bottom here: <div class="box-2" style="margin-bottom: 300px;">

Kindly remove the in-line style.

How does it look now?

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myderrick -
That was great!  

I remember why I put that margin-bottom there.  I don't want the bottom of the accordion to touch the footer.  Just a few dozen pixels space for comfort.

Thanks again,
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