Overlaping Dive shows white background only in Internet Explorere

I have setup a background for a dive in my home page. The background does not show in I.E , but is shows up any other browsers. I am also using the Shar-this button, on the same section that is not showing the background. If I remove the share this button, I will not get the white background and the background will show. Any ideas?
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netcompAsked:
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m4trixConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Would you be able to post any of your code?
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IanThCommented:
and you css if your using it
if its online whats the url
what version of ie  
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netcompAuthor Commented:
Sorry, for not getting back on this one. Here is the code for the table .

td>  
      <TABLE WIDTH=1033 BORDER=0 CELLPADDING=0 CELLSPACING=0 bgcolor="#FFFFFF" id="Top Banner with drop down main navigation buttons and  image map">
        <TR bgcolor="#FFFFFF" background="../images/HeadBackground.gif">
          <TD COLSPAN=11>
              <div align="right"><img src="../images/Head-fin.gif" width="1033" height="124" border="0" align="absbottom" usemap="#Map"><span  class='st_facebook' ></span><span  class='st_twitter' ></span><span  class='st_email' ></span><span  class='st_sharethis' ></span> </div></TD>
        </TR>
        <TR>
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IanThCommented:
like I said what version of ie are you talking about
I think tables have been replaced by div's really except for databases
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netcompAuthor Commented:
It doesn't matter which ie , the space shows in all versian of I.E
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IanThConnect With a Mentor Commented:
got a url please so I can see the error
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forethoughtConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Don't know if it's the problem, but the value for the 'id' attribute on the TABLE tag is invalid (spaces are not allowed). Also, you should enclose the values for the HTML attributes in quotes (double quotes are the standard).

I would also suggest using HTML only for content markup, and CSS for visual styling.
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netcompAuthor Commented:
Forethough, I am not sure what you mean by "Also, you should enclose the values for the HTML attributes in quotes ". Can you mark that in the code that I have provided above?
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