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stylesheet problem Chrome vs I.E.

Posted on 2015-02-04
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Click on any menu item at the top of the page.
The menu stays the same height until you click on "Events".  It doubles in height if using Chrome, but not in I.E.

Any idea where I should start looking?  The "Events" page includes a 3rd-party calendar.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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It stays the same here in Firefox and Chrome.  In IE8, the menu stays the same but the space below it doubles.
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by:rrhandle8
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Oh great.  Even more complexity.
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by:Andrew Derse
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Have you fixed this?  I am using Chrome and it's working well...in Safari too...and in Firefox.

I have a Mac so I can't use IE
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by:rrhandle8
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No, I have not fixed it.  So far, I am the only one who is getting the error in Chrome.  Dave is getting a similar error with IE8.  Works fine for me when using IE11.
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I just happened to have a computer with IE7 on it and it worked fine too...
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by:rrhandle8
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This question does not have a correct answer.  Seems to be dependent upon the users computer.
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