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How to Comment to Make Page Work in IE7


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Hello,

I recently created a website and it looks fine except for in Internet Explorer 7. The CSS float does not work properly in IE7 - see pic.

The website in question is: http://platypusart.c..._clockwork.html

Does anyone know how I can fix this so it looks right in IE7? I do not have IE7 on the computer I will be working on as it is a Mac. Would this be something I can do in CSS and if so how?


Thank You! :D

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IE7 CSS Hacks - Check that out. Plenty of other sites on Tweaking CSS to play nice with IE7 - Google will be you're best friend on this.
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Thanks, I will check that out! :D
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It sounds like I need to create a new CSS file for IE7. How can I fix the float bug for IE7 without having IE7 on my computer and being able to see what it looks like?

Also, I imagine that I will need to copy the old CSS info into the new CSS document but just change certain things about the float - is this correct?
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Ha Ha, love your Microsoft quote! So true. :D
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