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IE7 won't line up my images in the header

Posted on 2012-03-26
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If you look at http://www.nethealthinteractive.com/adawebcast/ in IE 8 / IE 9 / ff, the two images at the left and right of the header are centered vertically relative to each other.  But in IE7, the right image floats to the top.  How can I get it to move down??
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Did you try setting up a separate conditional style sheet for IE7 and position it there instead of calling a css rule right in the header of your document? If you look at the element on Firebug or the Chrome html inspector, it is not getting the margin-top:25px.
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Like this:
<!--[if IE 7]><link href="styles-main-ie7.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"><![endif]-->
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