I need your CSS help…
I give up.
If you’re looking at the new landing page in Firefox or Safari or probably any browser other than Internet Explorer, then it should look fine. It should look like this:
If you’re looking at it in Internet Explorer, though, chances are that the bias meter images are missing and the lists of links below are cut off. And I have no idea why. I know it’s some sort of CSS bug in Explorer that is causing the page here to render improperly — I just don’t know what the bug is, exactly, or how to fix it. And I’m at the end of my rope — I’ve been learning all this stuff as I go along, but I’m totally flummoxed.
Please, somebody with some expertise in CSS and IE, please take a look at the CSS style sheet and the code for that page and tell me what the hell I can do to fix this. I’m pulling my hair out here…
Of course, if everyone would just get off the IE bandwagon and use a real browser, we wouldn’t have these problems at all.
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