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    css crazy weridness - plz help


    Greetings

    I have created a style sheet which is generally working really well except for one little bug

    please take a look at:
    http://www.brainworks.co.nz/zerowaste/index4a.htm

    Just after the page has finished loading a scroll bar turns up at the bottom of the page and the content - for some strange reason - moves slightly to the right and doesnt all fit neatly into the browser.

    However, if you resize the browser it comes right.

    Also it only happens in IE.

    Any ideas ??
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    chkd ur page with IE5. i dont get what ur trying to say at all.
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    You didnt see a scroll bar occur at the bottom of the browser?

    Because it certainly does on mine, and more inportantly, it does on the clients browser.

    Thanks for checking
    Anton
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    I didn't see anything wierd happen in Mozilla .. however you can always check out how your css validates at w3c
    validate your page
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    I think it might have something to do with the 'width' you've got in some of your tags. Either change it to 100% so it always fill the screens on tables and is the actual graphic size, or make the 745 say 690 see if that helps. I don't think it has anything to do with your CSS, but I could be wrong.

    Oh yes I kept the scroll on the bottom even after resizing.
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    You need to add a width to your Div Layer.

    If you want the lines going off the screen then use graphics.

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