By Murray Bourne, 23 Dec 2005

I like this logo:


I am developing a new site for work. We are using WordPress and will be using it basically as a content management system.

Everything was going well (rearranging pages, fixing links, adding favicon, messing with colours, etc) and I then checked it in IE. Wak - things were all over the place - DIVs were out of alignment, or too big. Images were not showing in the excerpts. Also, the links were not behaving - the URL showing in the address bar was always the root of the site - not where we actually were. Grrrr... 🙁

After quite a bit of trial and error, I found it was some floating div problems. Only an issue in IE - all other browsers were okay.

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