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Re: [vox-tech] while we are on the subject of IE...
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Re: [vox-tech] while we are on the subject of IE...

Well you're not using any positioning styles or bad table syntax that
could screw anything up.

You might remove the call to the external style sheet, just in case.

I would start by cleaning these up: <OPTION LABEL="0" VALUE="0"  >
By making them look like this: <OPTION LABEL="0" VALUE="0">

Some browsers are intolerant of non-standard
spaces.  However, I always thought this: <option lable="0 "> was the
illegal spacing problem.  Since your weird display problems seem related
to your select boxes, and that's where your weird spacing is, I'd try

Dave M.

On Thu, 11 Dec 2003, dylan wrote:

> I have a simple web page:
> http://volunteer.ur.ucdavis.edu/~dylan/ie_bugs/test.html
> that is only comprised of a single table with about 60 rows.
> it renders fine in all browsers that i have tested in it, however on some
> versions of IE it looks like this:
> http://volunteer.ur.ucdavis.edu/~dylan/ie_bugs/bad_ie.png
> does anyone have any ideas on what could be causing this (besides the
> obvious IE bugs...? ) -- or any ways to prevent this from happening? so far
> i have been advising people to use mozilla or firebird (better browsers
> anyways...)
> thanks in advance for this slightly off topic post.
> Dylan
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