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    I’d be really grateful for some help with this puzzle.
    I have a login form on a WordPress landing page at:

    It is correctly aligned with the rest of the text on the left in Firefox, Safari, Opera – and even IE6.
    But IE7 has pushed it inwards.
    I presume its a double margin issue, though I tried to cut down on the number of margins in the code.

    The site is built on the YUI grid to avoid as many cross-browser issues as possible (and because I wanted to try it out!)

    Can anybody spot where I have gone wrong or suggest an answer?
    Apologies for the messy CSS. I haven’t tidied up yet.
    many thanks


    Thanks cybershot, but there’s already a reset included as part of the YUI CSS grid so I don’t think it could need another one.
    This is the style sheet before my own styles: … -grids.css
    That’s one reason why I don’t understand this, particularly as IE6 is behaving ok.


    Sorry ikthius, you must have looked during the two minutes I was experimenting with using a CSS cruncher to speed up the site. I reverted back almost immediately.
    It’s still not pretty but at least it’s got its white space back!

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