Hi, going around in circles trying to resolve. I think it is due to a quirk in how IE reads positioning of CSS elements. I attach the HTML file for one page, (all but Home page are created from a single template) built in Dreamweaver CC. The webpages display fine in Firefox, Chrome and Opera, but, IE inserts a space above the main body content container set as an editable region.
If I change the relative positioning setting for the menu buttons, IE will display correctly, but, Chrome pushes the content below the bottom of the menu.
The menus code (which is created from a Dreamweaver extension), sit in a div which sits inside the div 'Sidebar' container. Is this what causes IE to misplace the body content container ??
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