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    Hi

    At the very top of my work's website (wrt.nhs.uk) is a link with the text "Book now: January 2010 Induction for Workforce Planners, January 2010 Workforce Data Modelling course!". The link appears properly in Firefox, Chrome and IE6 but not in IE8 (I can't test for IE7 at present). I'm clueless as to why - any help would be appreciated!

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    What do you think is wrong with it. It looks the same in IE8 here.
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    I have IE7.

    First, remove the blank line at the top of your source. This may cause issues with parsing the DOCTYPE in some browsers.

    Second, if that doesn't help, add some height to the class header2. For example, if I add height:4px (or more) to that div in the IE Developer Toolbar, then the text appears. Not sure why this should be necessary...

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    Thanks, removing the blank line at the top of the source was enough to fix it.
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