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Posted on 2012-04-11
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The site at http://www.tickettoss.com/tickets/nhl-eastern-conference-quarterfinals-playoff-washington-capitals-at-boston-bruins-game-7-if-necessary-boston-4-25-2012-265796/ loads fine in most resolutions however in IE on smaller resolutions the actual ticket list is placed under the map which is not desirable. How can I fix this without changing the appearance of the page to much?
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Unfortunately I couldn't duplicate it in IE 9 with and without compatibility mode.  What I would suggest though, is if it is happening often enough, you could just widen the .wrapper class until you get the desired effect.  

You may also want to use a reset CSS file so that it plays a little nicer cross-browser. This has to be the first CSS file called in your pages though.
http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/css/reset/
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