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I have now switched doctypes and started changing my pages over and my rightside greyish bg color is not showing up in IE7....

In IE 6, FF 2, 3 and chrome it works fine, but my client has IE 7 and I told him to look at it today...

 

my css code is

#container {

margin: 0;

padding: 0;

text-align: left;

width: 820px;

background: #FFFFFF url( bg.jpg?z=16168 ) repeat-y;

background-position: 0px 0px;

margin-left: auto;

margin-right: auto;

}

 

the bg.jpg is the image for the greyish background

 

the funny thing is, that was working on friday....and i never changed that at all or touched it!

 

help anyone?

Edited by Cashster09

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is it only under the contact us tab or every page?

 

 

www.we bdry cleaners.com

 

thanks for checking

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It looks the same on all pages for the color in IE 7. Is it a very light grey almost white ? that is what I see. It is the same in FF also.

 

Corinne

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ok great.....then why on my secretary's computer with IE 7 it's basically white? The color has disappeared when on friday it was just as the pic i posted....?

 

Solution:

I think i will make it a little greyer....

 

 

thanks for checking

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Well to me the screen capture does look kinda white to me. I am not sure but could it be the computer, colors can look slightly different on different computers. Sorry if I am confusining you. But the color I see on IE is the same as the screen capture you linked to.

 

Corinne

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thanks corrine....

I now made the side darker gray....

 

It should be a little better and viewable a little bit more on your puter....Yours was probably like my sec's in that it was very faint.....Now at least it shows up a little more...

 

the grey looks like the color on this site to the left...

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Minor issue in IE7 with the articles page.

I have a newspaper background that is inside a table, but the only browser its not showing up in is IE7. Is there a quirk i'm not aware of for this browser?

 

I dont have any text in the table yet but the background shows up on other browsers.

 

here is my css code for the table

 

td.newspaper {

background-image:

url('newsback.jpg');

background-repeat: repeat;

padding-top: 5px;

padding-bottom: 15px;

padding-left: 15px;

padding-right: 15px;

text-align: justify;

font-family: trebuchet MS;

vertical-align: top;

 

}

 

html code is

text will go here

 

http://www.web drycleaners.com/webdrycleanersarticles.html

 

thanks in advance

Edited by Cashster09

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i wonder why my sec's computer it doesnt show up and it looks just plain white...pretty annoying

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It could be a cache problem (unfortunately you can't tell a viewer to clear their cache very easily) or a slow download (is it a large image file size in KB?) or perhaps she has a problem with her computer (old or infected or not much spare space).

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no i actually refreshed the page for her but not sure why the rightside looked basically white and the articles page didnt show the newspaper bg...

 

no its a very small file...

I guess i shouldnt worry about it....I just hope my clients IE 7 on his puter looks like everyone elses instead of my sec's...lol

 

By the way, netrenderer is awesome...thanks

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