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Ok, I'm in the process of updating a site I created for a charity a while ago, voluntarily of course. My main aim was to create something slightly more consistant and hopefully more adtaptable than the mess I put together first time around.
The site: click here
The problem is that the article headings do not display correctly in IE7, with the background colour and bottom border only continuing until the end of the text. I've check it in a few of the other major browsers (Firefox, Opera, Mozzila/SeaMonkey, Netscape) and they all display it as intended, ie. to the end of the right 'outer' border.
The code is generated by PHP and I've not put many newline characters in, so I wouldn't recommend looking at the actual code.
The basic structure of each article is,
Body text, images etc
And the relevant CSS,
Both the (X)HTML and CSS validate on the W3 validators and I haven't found anything searching for similar problems.
My guess would be a problem with IE7, but hopefully someone has come across this before and has found a work round, since most people using the site will do so from IE.
PS. Can't believe I haven't been on these forums since March !
Nevermind lol, fixed it myself. The problem was that the parent of the parent "article" div (the div tags I didn't mention), had no width set. So the "article" div was 95% of nothing, so it scaled to something appropriate, and likewise with the heading div tag.
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