WEB omg IE wtf

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  1. themolsen

    themolsen New Member

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    www.freshministries.org in IE6. The first content in the main section is pushed way, way down. It wasn't like this 5 minutes ago, then I added the content rotator at the top. Any idea on what to check to fix this?

    Thanks!
     
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    <!--[If IE]> <h2>FUCK YOU</h2> <![endif]-->
    
     
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    can you take a screenshot of how it looks in IE.

    im currently on a mac so i cant really see
     
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    IE 4 5 6 7 8 all fucking blow. hard.
     
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    Looks normal (for IE) in IE7 and IE8b

    First, I get a script error in IE6 (invalid argument & object required), which is no doubt related to the content rotator at the top (OMG A SCRIPT WAT IZ IE TO DO!?!?!?) I just added. And because of the script error (I think), most of the links in the drop-down menus don't work

    Second, here's the layout error I'm getting:
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    Looks like a "clear" error to me but I'm not sure where to make the adjustment. Also, I don't get why it would suddenly show up after adding the content rotator.
     
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    First guess is you need the cut in half the margins around your two columns. Or if there is padding involved in your content... Oh, well fuck.

    Nice IE6 warning though, should push 8 instead.
     
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    Yeah, I have had some sites I've designed that I have to do IE6, mainly because I am near the DC area and a ton of traffic from the guberment still uses 6.

    On the other hand I'm making a portfolio page. Really thinking of having it say if they are using IE6 "Go away I probably don't want to work for you anyway.":o
     
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    Thanks for the replies... I'll look into them tomorrow
     
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    Thats what I do for the IE6, IE7 gayness.
     
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    ugghhh this is the worst crap ever.

    OK, it's official: I'm officially no longer officially supporting IE6, officially.

    I updated the IE6 warning accordingly
     
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    margin-left: -3px;
     
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    lol where do I put this? everywhere? lol
     

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