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    Problem with CSS - text hiding behind a layer


    I am trying to set up a design but for some reason text displays fine near the top of the page but messes up at the bottom.

    http://blog.hyrum.net/test.php is the page. If you look at the first 1-6 posts the text is fine. However, in the next bunch the text seems to dip away behind the borders.

    Am hoping someone can help me figure it out since I can't resolve this thing.
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    Your link seems to be broken.

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    Sorry, moved it right to http://blog.hyrum.net

    The page works fine in Mozilla but the error occurs in Internet Explorer.
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    Maybe something to do with the pics? seems that the first bad post begins right after them. Didn't check, but maybe they get just a pixel or two too wide?
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    One thing I would like to say is that its really daft to display the Valid XHTML logo when your site doesn't validate. The logo's are meant to be used on sites that conform to the XHTML standards, if you site doesnt then it shouldnt display the logo.
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    Relax, it's a work in progress

    Besides, it DOES validate before I display the referers, it's the ampersands in the search engine referers that throw it off.

    If you don't have anything useful to offer, please don't offer anything at all.

    Don't understand why people feel they need to be so rude these days.

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