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Posted on 2011-09-29
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I have a weird issue going on.  I am developing a site in Visual Studio

When I test the site out on localhost, it looks like the screen shot below, when I publish and upload it to the beta machine, it looks like this: http://beta.turbokits.com/APR_Stage_K04_III_Turbo_Kit/112/

can someone help me figure it out...   the only real difference is when I publish, I run the CSS through YUICompressor to concatenate and minify it, where as localhost does not do this...  however, I have verified, all the CSS is in the same order on both machines
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sorry screen shot is:
 Screenshot from LocalHost
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Designbyonyx earned 500 total points
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You need to give your gallery some sort of height.

div.slideshow-container {
  position: relative;
  clear: both;
  height: 280px;
}
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ok.   thank you
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