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Hi everyone,

I'm a little new here, but I'll be as concise as I can. I created a site in dreamweaver using a gif background, and it tested fine in pretty much every browser except for mac internet explorer, where the gifs were misaligned and had gaps in between them. I checked my tables, and could not figure out what the problem was. Could anyone here take a look at my code and tell me what I'm doing wrong?

The link to the site is http://www.chrismusic.net

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Chris
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It's fine. It renders in Safari so well and fast, I - personally would give any IE concerns a miss and forget about it; it has become the last browser to use, even for IE only web sites. They are no more It is drowned in spy crap and is useless... Things change!
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It's fine. It renders in Safari so well and fast, I - personally would give any IE concerns a miss and forget about it; it has become the last browser to use, even for IE only web sites. They are no more It is drowned in spy crap and is useless... Things change!

Thanks! I would still like to know if IE for mac issues can be looked into and resolved, because unfortunately where I live, people are a little behind on the times. Keep this thread running please! :rolleyes:
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If it's Jaguar and up, you shouldn't be using IE.
If its Mac OS 9, you should be killing yourself/getting a new Mac.
Id it's 10.0 (wtf...) to 10.1, Jaguar/Panther plz.
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If it's Jaguar and up, you shouldn't be using IE.
If its Mac OS 9, you should be killing yourself/getting a new Mac.
Id it's 10.0 (wtf...) to 10.1, Jaguar/Panther plz.
Thanks! I would still like to know if IE for mac issues can be looked into and resolved, because unfortunately where I live, people are a little behind on the times. Keep this thread running please!
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