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Messed up CSS in IE - not FF/Chrome/Safari, Why oh Why ?

Posted on 2012-04-10
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Hi Experts,

I urgently need your assistance if possible.

It seems like a made some changes to my CSS that totally ruined my design.

The problem only occurs using IE - I only have access to IE9 but I guess the other version would show the same.

Any - ANY - help will be greatly appreciated!!

Please have a look at my site at http://ee.nemvagt.dk
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I looked at this in IE7 and except for the fact that IE7 doesn't support corner-radius, it looks identical to what I see in Firefox which a login screen.
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