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Alighning site in Firefox and Internet explorer

Alighning site in Firefox and Internet explorer

Alighning site in Firefox and Internet explorer

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Hi, I'm building a site for a family member with help from forums and tutorials. Ive hit a problem with the site looking the same in multiple browsers. The site, www.camdentherapy.com looks good in firefox but when I switch to IE there is a thin border down the left hand of the page and the header is unbalanced. Can anyone help out with these glitches?

Many thanks

Greg

RE: Alighning site in Firefox and Internet explorer

Download Firebug for Firefox/Mozilla, and use the F12 in Internet Explorer.  They are some great developer tools.   

RE: Alighning site in Firefox and Internet explorer

How did you fix it.
Everything looks fine you could make better contact page.
The page could show specific mail sending errors.  

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