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Footer aligned to the right in IE but fine in Firefox


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Hi there,

 

my website is http://kartipamet.com , sorry if you can't see the letters it's in Cyrillic.

 

The point is the Footer is shifted right on IE and shifts everything else on the left, and it's impossible to browser the site...

No problems with Firefox and since i never use IE i just found out about this problem. All tables, cells in the footer code are set to center.... not really sure what the problem might be.

 

PS. I have another question not really related. I used the test email addon, it only sends email via php mail() function and not the oscommerce class. My hosting company told me that there was a problem with their email settings... could that be the problem or it's the oscommerce installation since via php everything works.

 

Thanks a lot. :lol:

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:( hasn't anyone experienced the footer problem on IE. Is there a way at least if the site detects IE browser to remove the footer

As a guess, you added a row, cells or something to make it go out of whack.

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Wouldn't then firefox have the same problem?

 

 

Not nessesarily!! I missed a > on a <td and although it worked on Firefox it didnt on IE!

 

My guess is check on your code ther might be somethink small missing!

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Not nessesarily!! I missed a > on a <td and although it worked on Firefox it didnt on IE!

 

My guess is check on your code ther might be somethink small missing!

 

Thanks for the reply =) i checked and double checked, but nothing wrong i could see, i guess i will check it out on my other store since everything works fine there and the design is pretty similar.

 

Does anyone know how to handle the eMail issue? Since the testing script is sending only via php mail() function. I was assured from the hosting company that there's a problem with their mailing system, but not sure if that plays any role regarding the oscommerce class, when the php is working fine.

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Mail issue fixed , hosting problem.

 

However footer problem still remains. Here's a pic of the problem since i have removed the footer of the main site. Can't allow IE users to have messed up view:

 

http://img407.imageshack.us/my.php?image=footerkd9.jpg

 

When i view the code in dreamweaver or frontpage or homesite, the right column shows below the left and in the actual code it takes the footer with it.

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Can't see a footer even in Firefox. However, it looks - after a VERY quick look - as though you're missing a </tr>, end of your last <table>...

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<!-- right_navigation_eof //-->

</table></td>

</tr>

</table>

<!-- body_eof //-->

 

<!-- footer //-->

 

in index.php

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Hi gandalf458 thanks for the reply.

 

You are not seeing a footer since i have removed in from the original site and have put it in a testing index1.php in my main directory. I think i had those fixed but forgot to upload the changed version. On preview in dreamweaver still looked like on the picture.

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<!-- right_navigation_eof //-->

</table></td>

</tr>

</table>

<!-- body_eof //-->

 

<!-- footer //-->

 

in index.php

 

Hi thanks for the reply as well, I looked over the whole index.php , actually the whole index1.php since it's the testing file and have fixed everything i think this was the only tag opened. Still nothing IE shows it Its way =). The php called do not seem to have any unclosed tags ..

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I have found my problem. It is in the Product Descriptions, since they are written in HTML affect the whole site. If anyone experiences similar problem that might be the cause. Thanks for all of the replies.

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