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Friday 7 April 2006 1.00pm
Hi James,

the last couple of postings I made, your thank you page broke, with the left and right columns fine, but the thank you bit starting below and to the right of the disclaimer - has the width slipped or a table/row/cell command evaporated somewhere?

mark
Friday 7 April 2006 1.07pm
Are you using Internet Explorer?

It's OK in Firefox and Safari on the Mac, but I don't have easy access to a Windows PC to check it in IE for Windows. Will take a look later - I think it's some IE-specific CSS that's causing it.

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Friday 7 April 2006 1.16pm
yes I'm an IE user...
Saturday 8 April 2006 3.50pm
I'm using IE and it's been happening to me as well. But as it's only the 15sec delay Thank You page,
it's no big deal.
Monday 10 April 2006 10.45am
Now fixed. A good reminder to check even the most minor tweak on a Windows machine.

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Anonymous User
Tuesday 11 April 2006 7.56am
James - this happens when opening articles on the home page too (I am using ie)
Tuesday 11 April 2006 8.03am
Has this only just started happening?

I haven't knowingly changed anything recently that might affect the article pages.


Will check it out, though.

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Anonymous User
Tuesday 11 April 2006 8.14am
It's only happening on the lap dancing article - I haven't noticed it before today.
Anonymous User
Tuesday 11 April 2006 12.42pm
Now the lap dancing and the lib dem pages are falling.
Tuesday 11 April 2006 12.50pm
Is it fixed now?

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