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AlexR

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I'm creating a page using CSS and am placing text over a blank image to create a link/button. The problem i'm having is that I can't get the text to sit in the right place over the background image in Firefox and IE. Using regular formatting it sits fine in IE but I have to enter negative px to get it in the right place in Firefox. Anyone have any ideas what could be causing the problem?
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Ojoshiro

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Do you know the size of the image ?
Maybe you can use padding ?

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Could you either post a link to the page or zip the page and it's images?..so I can look at what your talking about.
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