image cant be layed out, css problem


I have slider not position layout problem (get a new line) in internet explorer and its working fine with firefox and chrome, I tried to change width but it didnt work for me, the problem i cant even figure from which css element i got this issue exactly

here is the link:
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Page looks fine in my IE 8, Chrome 16, and FF 9.
Which version of IE are you seeing the issue in?
On this div  <div class="center" style="width: 940px;"> try addding position:relative

Then in the CSS for #FooterCopyRights  add clear:both to the style

njgroupAuthor Commented:
i am trying it in internet explorer 9

i tied it but it does not work for me

 error still occur
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I guess I don't understand the issue.  When I looked at before, the text was outside the bar.  What you posted now has the text inside the bar where it belongs.  What is it you are trying to do?

njgroupAuthor Commented:
ok, i will compare:

see the images please:

hope that's clear...
I don't want to put you off but where I am at It just became Christmas. I am drunk and it is probably best if I wait until tomorrow to look at this.

Merry Christmas or whatever you celebrate.

njgroupAuthor Commented:
ya Merry Christmas, we also celebrate Christmas :)
Okay.  This is 100% a bug in IE that screws up the standards for the box model.  Whomever developed this theme did not test properly, or maybe it is a failure to document.

Let's try and get IE to behave because that't the least amount of work.

Put this in the head of the page right after the title tag:

 <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=8">

if that fails then change it to:

 <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=9">

If that also fails then it gets ugly. Somewhere in either the theme stylesheet or in the jquery plugin there is a spot where there needs to be IE specific code.  I get a 404 not found when I try to see the theme stylesheet, so I have no idea what is in there. I don't work with jquery because most of the time it takes longer to get plugins to work than just using conventional javascript. So if it is in the code itself we might need to find a jquery Expert.



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