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CSS not lining up in IE 8

Posted on 2011-03-14
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I guess this is a common problem, getting things to work in IE.   i have a page that works fine in FF, but in IE it is not lining up.  

If you go to

http://www.nethealthinc.com/aad_dev/new2/Patient_add_qrs.aspx

you can see that it looks good in FF, but in IE 8, the right border of many of the items sticks out beyond where it should.  Looks like perhaps a padding issue, but I'm not sure.  Any pointers in the right direction would be appreciated.  
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by:Dave Baldwin
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All I get is the login page.
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i think it works now...had to allow no login
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Carl Tawn earned 500 total points
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It looks like it is the width="100%" on the <table> element that is causing it.
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