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Div elements pushed down in IE9+

Posted on 2013-01-25
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https://genesisacquisitions.auctionserver.net/login looks fine on most browsers but on IE9+ the two grey boxes are getting pushed down for some reason.

I can only make CSS edits.

How can I fix this?
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Question by:SWB-Consulting
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If you can only make CSS changes, you have a real problem.  The page has 13 errors, and most of them are tagging errors and some are deadly serious.  Without a reliable structure, CSS changes are a crap shoot and probably will not be reliable.



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Thanks, that helped. The second h2 tag should have been a closing h2 tag and screwed up the rendering on IE9+
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That's why I keep telling everyone who will listen:  "The validator is your ally, and saves time."

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