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Comment by Kory Hoopes, on 10-Nov-2006 17:53
Why can't they just get it right? Must they have something wrong to prove they don't have to bend to the established standards? IE7 is better than IE6, but I'll stick with my Firefox.
Comment by Scott Cleland, on 24-Nov-2011 09:30
I had this problem on a site I was working on where the client wasnt able to upgrade from IE7. I had to set "left:0;" in order for it to work.
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