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    Ok, I was finally on a roll making my pages look just right in FF, IE7 & IE8. I’ve been using a script above my title to fix my IE8 Issues (<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />). But on one set of pages a single button is screwing everything up. I have Firebug and when I use the Element Inspection tool to highlight the divs I notice that the div wrapper is above the actually button. Nowhere else on the site does it do this and I have never seen it before. When I look in IE8 or IE7 the button is where the Element Inspection tool show it in FF (I hope that wasn’t confusing).

    Here is the page I’m talking about

    The button is to the bottom left right above the News Button. (Sandestin Registration>>)

    One of the last things I was doing was redoing the order of the div tags. Right now their are only three on the page and the button acts funny if it’s not in the middle of the other two even though it is the last div visually in the wrapper. I’m open to any suggestions. I need this site live in a couple of days.

    Thank You For Your Time.


    You haven’t got any responses because your post seems to make the reader go "whats the issue? what are you trying to do?" it’s kinda all over the place. Can you reword your problem in a more step by step manner?


    Thanks dcp3450, I’ll Repost.

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