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bonesbones

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Hello Geekers,

I'm having problems about my website page display, it goes like this...

Upon using IE, my website doesnt open up properly, it's ads and other navuigation as well.

I'm using css file, and the site is html coded.

To see what im talking about please pay a visit at my site www.cawsworld.com
NOTE: Please use 2 different browser to see the difference, first browser is IE (to see the problem) and the 2nd one is other browser (to see the differences)

Please help me with this problem.

Thank you!
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I think the very first thing I would do is validate your site.
It has 216 errors that should be repaired.

Once you have done this let's do another check and see where the site stands at that point.

http://validator.w3......awsworld.com/
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Okey i will.

thank you notch. have a nice day!
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hello.

i'm having hard time repairing my site but i dont think think there is an error that makes it unviewable at IE.

if its the Html code of my site, what could be the problem?

Please Help!

Thank you.
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if your site is the same as above I would certainly suggest that it is probably the aize of the screen. as some screens are smaller than others and in this case moving the graphics around the page to fit on the screen. it was perfectly o.k on my screen. etheir that you have probbaly made the site in dreamwear 8.0 or frontpage 2003. :whistling:
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i hope this solve your problem

Edited by Fred admin, 29 November 2006 - 06:46 AM.

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It's not the size of the screen.

No offense, but the code is messy... You have unclosed or overlapping tags (I think this is most likely the brunt of your problems), missing brackets and deprecated code. You are using DIV ID in places that you should probably define as classes and you are also mixing in tables for layout which complicates things IMHO.

I think until you get the code cleaned up it's going to be difficult to determine what is causing the display issue.

The layout you have can be EASILY designed using strictly CSS and no tables. That is the route I would take.
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thanks for the reply guys and thanks so much for all your time spended.

i have change my site template!

Really sorry bothering you!

Have a nice day!

Edited by bonesbones, 29 November 2006 - 12:17 PM.

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