I’ve just finished creating a website for my dad’s company. It’s my first ever website I’ve done for somebody but I get a problem with it in IE6. I know IE6 is a bitch of a browser but when 25% of the people visiting the site are using IE6 (According to google analytics) Its kind of a problem. Anyway here is the website:
If you look at the date on the home page in IE6 two appear together with one on top of the other. It seems to be a problem with clearing I guess? I just cant seem to solve the problem without affecting how the site looks in the other browsers. So any help would be appreciated.
So as not to affect the other browsers you need to use an IE6 specific style sheet in which you only write the code that needs changing for IE6, not all the CSS. Look at this link which will explain it for you: http://css-tricks.com/how-to-create-an- … tylesheet/
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