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CSS Margin problem

Posted on 2013-01-06
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Hello

Could you please take a look at this url in Internet Explorer

http://www.memorialcardsireland.com/example-2.html

This is a plugin jquery script and I was wondering if someone could tell me how to move the
slideshow controls up so there is space between the large image and the play slideshow,
previous card and next card text.

Additionally the margins seem to render very differently between IE and Firefox. Is there possibly any simple way of correcting this.

Kind regards

Kevin
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The margins are very different because you do not have a valid doctype, and there are validation error in any case.  

The browsers are in quirksmode and so rendering in non-standard.  

Add a strict doctype and validate.  once it is error free you might find you no longer have a problem, but if you do it will probably just take a simple CSS adjustment to fix.

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