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Umbraco browser variances

Posted on 2010-09-07
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Greetings Experts!

Building my first site in Umbraco, the home page left aligns in IE7/8 and centers as it should in FF and Chrome.  

The Umbraco page is http://168.215.185.177/rqhome.aspx and for comparison, a xhtml/css version is up at http://168.215.185.177/1.html.  

The non-Umbraco version aligns centered as desired in all test browsers.  The Umbraco version centers in all test browsers except IE.

Both rendered pages validate xhtml and css and source code appears to be exactly the same.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:teenaw
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The Umbraco  community solved this one for me.  

Had to remove a comment in the master file <!--start goes on... -->
This was throwing the browser into quirks mode and causing the issue.
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