|My current website uses PHP. I'm re-creating it using ASP.Net (2.0). I've got the page displaying correctly under FireFox, but IE6 is hosing up the layout. Here's a link to the site:
Paddedwall.org (for .Net)[^]
Under IE6, the following visual elements are "wrong":
0) The header text that shows up on the right side under FireFox isn't displayed at all under IE6.
1) The size of the <h1> text is significantly larger under IE6 (FireFox is showing the desired size).
2) The content panel (the one with the white background) is fine in FireFox, but in IE6, it extends all the way to the bottom of the browser window, and the footer panel is being shown on top of it.
Can someone help me figure out what the hell I've done here?
BTW, I haven't tried this under Opera yet, but I'm off to download it right now.
[EDIT] It looks fine in Opera.
[EDIT] I figured out the font size problem in the <h1> tags.
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modified on Saturday, January 31, 2009 9:18 AM