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derektoigo says

I hate to ask, but I’m going to anyways. :D

I’ve got just a few CSS bugs that I need to fix before my OneSize template is ready to go online. My template is located at http://www.derektoigo.com/assets/livesites/OneSize/v2 Unfortunately, the errors I’m getting are in the two browsers I am admittedly most unfamiliar with; Opera and IE7 . I need to fix:

1. The top of the homepage does not display properly in Opera. I am guessing that this is because it is PHP based and it is for some reason echoing out a message in the header saying that PHP isn’t working, as this is what normally causes my content to shift downwards like this, but the fact that there is no message is kinda confusing, lol. But I dunno; I could be wrong about it being PHP related here.

2. The headings of the subpages get cut off in IE7 . Could this have anything to do with improper line-height settings or divs that may not be tall enough to accomodate the text. Not exactly sure since its IE, lol. :P

Anyways, if you have any ideas of what I can do to fix these errors, I appreciate your help. :)

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Pranick says
  1. It’s because of DD_belatedPNG_0.0.7a.js. Since this script is only for IE, it should be wrapped with conditional comment: <!--[if lte IE 6]><script type="text/javascript" src="js/DD_belatedPNG_0.0.7a.js"></script><![endif]-->
  2. I would try to change the line-height property.

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