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Liadan

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For some reason my PNG graphic in my CSS style sheet causes some of the content text to disappear in IE. This doesn't happen in Firefox.
If I take the PNG graphic out, it's fine.
Does anyone know how to work around this? Thanks.
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My mistake... it is not caused by the PNG image. It's caused by float left. When I have a float left in the webpage, it causes the header text as well as the text beside the floated picture to disappear when I hit refresh. Again this is only in IE, not Firefox.

I've search the web for this problem, but only found and IE float fix that's not related to this problem.

If anyone has any ideas, I'd be thankful.
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i know you searched around for a fix but I came across a webpage that might help. You may or may not have already seen it but figured I'd post it incase you haven't.

CSS Float Theories
Hope it helps.

Good Luck
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Check out Explorer Exposed!. More IE bug fixes there that may help.

Ron
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Hi! Thank you so much for the links. In my searching, I did not come across those two pages, so I'm going to check them out.
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You're welcome. You're not the first, nor the last, to have to dig for something to straighten IE out! LOL

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