Website works in Firefox but not Internet Explorer. Help!

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Our website domain is http:// www.radishpatch.co.uk

We have launched our website. It functions when accessed using Firefox correctly. However, when accessed using Internet Explorer, the formatting looks completely different and nothing like the way we designed it! Where there should be spacing, rows of lines appear. There is also a large empty box with a cross in the corner that appears on several pages.

We would be grateful for any help you can offer us with this problem,

Many thanks

Bridget
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KanThaiDecor

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I see your site in both FF and IE but in IE it looks different at the bottom like an image is missing....Did you add some code to the bottom of your pages? IE is much less forgiving than FF

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Thank you for adding the screen shots, KanThaiDecor
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Nazlie

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Hi theradishpatch

I have checked the source code on your site and see where the problem might be. It seems that you may have changed the CSS. This message appears in the source code:


<style id='yola-user-css-overrides' type="text/css">

/*

WARNING

Yola had to strip some HTML it found the last time you saved your CSS.

This may have changed your formatting.

To avoid unwanted formatting changes in the future please don't include any HTML in your CSS.

*/

body {
font-family: "Lucida Grande","Arial Unicode MS", sans-serif;
font-size: 12px;
color: #333333;
background-color:#FFFFFF;
background-repeat:;
background-position:;
background-attachment:;
}


You may need to check the CSS code as this could be causing the display inconsistencies in your browsers.

Nazlie
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Thanks for the replies!

I have included images of my main concern - the text justification. I have been working with a temporary solution for a while - adding lines of --------------------------------------------------------------------- below text to force the justification to where it should be. The website preview is consistent with Firefox but not IE. I think I can work out altering the header code, but the justification problem is alien to me so any further advice will be much appreciated!

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Hello theradishpatch,

I am unable to locate your page "oak-three-draws". Have you renamed this page? I might be able to take a look at this but no guarantees that I can fix it.