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    AP elements are in the wrong place when viewing on Firefox


    When I view my Dreamweaver CS4 html page on Firefox, the AP elements I used on it are not viewing properly. They are getting bumped down a bit and thus misaligning with other elements on the page. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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    Don't trust DW's design view. Real browsers often display differently from it.

    Absolute positioning is a powerful tool, but it's not always the best choice.

    If you would like more specific suggestions, then you'll need to show us an example page.

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    Thanks, Kravvitz! I'll see what I can do w/o them and post an example for any that are necessary and giving me problems.

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