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    I’m experiencing some display issues with this site in most versions of IE. Everything shows fine in Firefox, but in IE the last testimonial at the foot of the page there is a problem with the border – the text drops over the edge of the border or mixes up with the testimonial above it depending on which version you’re using.
    Any ideas how to solve this?
    Many thanks for your help


    I have a feeling that most of the problems here are being caused by explicitly defining heights (where instead, height should automatically adjust with the content inside of a container), and floating where there doesn’t have to be any floats (ie: .left2).

    Instead of using .bottomcontent4 and .bottomcontent5 where you will have to redefine all of the properties, you could create a .bottomcontent class that shares those properties. You would not have to set the height of this class, because the height would be dependent on elements inside those containers.

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