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CSS issues I could use some help with please..??

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I'm working with the following page:  http://sandbox.usbswiper.com/merchant-account-options-and-rates.php

In FF and Chrome everything looks how I want, but in IE the row labels (like Compatibility and Transaction Rate) aren't aligning to the top like I want.  What's strange is that the Monthly Fee label does seem to do it.

Also, in IE, the icons I have in there for the compatibility row aren't aligning to the top like it is in FF and Chrome either.

Any information on how I can get this resolved would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!
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Get rid of all the "valign" attributes for your TD cells. Some of them have it specified as "valign=top", others have "valign=middle", and some don't have it at all. I suspect you're using a WYSIWYG editor of some kind.... don't. Go into the source code directly and examine it.

The valign tag isn't well respected by any browser. Instead, you should use the CSS style "vertical-align: top"

The same goes for your icons, it's the same problem.
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