Site Display on Internet Explorer vs. Mozilla Firefox

Friday, February 22, 2008 by Mistlee

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Our featured post today comes from fortune68, who is having site display issues with Internet Explorer and Firefox. In Internet Explorer, the writing and a picture go slightly out into the blue strip on the side. And in Firefox, site looks perfect. If you think you can help, click here!

As for the remaining posts, the first has a 301 redirect question. The second has a problem with keywords stuffing. And the last post wants some info on SSL vs EV SSL Certificates.

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Display on Internet Explorer vs. Firefox
Site Display on Internet Explorer vs. Mozilla Firefox

I have just got my new (and first!!) website pretty much finished, and now I discovered that when searched for with Internet Explorer the first page displays differently than on Mozilla Firefox.

I created the site in a sitebuilder and always worked in Mozilla Firefox. In Firefox it looks perfect.

In Internet Explorer, the writing and a picture go slightly out into the blue strip on the side.

Could anybody have a look at it and maybe tell me why that is, and how I can fix this? It is really annoying, because I think most people still use Internet Explorer, and they all will see an im-professional site.

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I actually just started this site about two weeks ago and wanted to see if i could get some general observations and tips before continuing. Anything is appreciated, thank you in advance.

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