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I am working on a CMS, The website is fully upload but there are some compatibility issues with IE 6.0,
The website is Ok with the Remaining Browsers and latest versions of IE.
Please Check the link and Help me out to point out the problem

With Profound Regards
Tanzeelur Rehman
pankajupadhyay29 28-Feb-11 0:26am    
write your issues here if any other ask your testers to check for issues and then provide details here.
TanzeelurRehman 28-Feb-11 0:40am    
Basically the presentation of the website on all the browsers except the 6.0 version of IE is Ok. So my question is that why the presentation is getting disturb in IE.6.0.
I Have already mentioned the web portal address
Please check the above url address in IE6.0 and guide me why the presentation is getting disturb in IE 6.0
pankajupadhyay29 28-Feb-11 0:47am    
how are u sizing the page and how you divide the page did u use floating of div and fixed sizes.
TanzeelurRehman 28-Feb-11 0:52am    
My page consists of table and i have added divs into table cells according to my requirements.
As i see that is the problem of Top Main Menu which is menu control.
pankajupadhyay29 28-Feb-11 0:57am    
provide markup for that block.Have you fixed size for your body and menu control.

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IE6 has a particular set of display issues that need to be addressed separately and one of the methods you could use is to have a style sheet that is specific to IE6. In other words, your normal style sheet is declared first then you declare a style sheet just for IE6 that will correct any css rules or styles that do not render as required.

You will need to determine which of your styles looks incorrect and then place a correction for them in the IE6 style sheet. Go look up things like the box model hack and anything else that might be causing a problem.

Here is one way to declare an IE6 only style sheet:

<!--[if IE 6]>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="Styles/IE6.css" type="text/css" media="screen" />

Of course you can also use this method if you had specific styles for IE7, etc.
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