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Assistance required with CSS fixes for Internet Explorer URL supplied

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Please visit this URL containing a Joomla 1.6 installation:

http://gator967.hostgator.com/~tekspec/lazyb/

Note that when viewed in IE8, everything looks to be in <h1> and the site is basically useless. I require assistance coding the necessary CSS files to make it display the same as in the every trusty Mozilla Firefox.

Thanks in advance for any help received :)
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Question by:TonyCabone
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I think you have problem with <h1 id="logo">
Try to close it with </h1>
when it's open it applies 3.5em font-size for everything what inside it. If you close <h1> it should be fine.
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by:TonyCabone
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OK great that was nice and easy, thanks.

The other CSS issue I'm having is on the Twitter & Facebook pages, the display window extends beyond the width of the site.

What I should change to bring them back into full view?
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by:SSupreme
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It's another question. Your right column can handle width:179px , but twitter and facebook require more space, 427px for twitter and 397px for facebook.
You can place them in the middle position which has wider space Or you can create your own position and place it there.
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