I have tried everything under the sun to get my site to look proper in IE on the PC. Every other browser looks fine, but in IE there is always a “gap” between the top div and the middle. The bottom looks fine.
Thanks in advance!
Unfortunately, CSS differences in IE are a frustration for most Web designers. Microsoft just hasn’t followed the rules the way other browser makers have. As a result, to get your designs to look exactly the same in most Web browsers, you’ll have to move on to some advanced CSS techniques.
On my site, you’ll find links to a few places where you can continue your training. You’ll find instructions there to get you started with CSS and how to edit a CSS layout in Dreamweaver — they are designed to look good in many browsers from the start and can help you avoid problems.
You may also appreciate the resources and testing sites features in this article: how to test your web pages in many different web browsers at once, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and more.
I wish you all the best with your CSS,