I came across an article the other day spotlighting their top most creative blog designs. Most of them were absolutely gorgeous and it inspired me to do something different with my own blog layout. I'm the type of person that likes to do things myself. For instance, if I see a cute picture frame in a store, instead of buying it, I go home and make something similar myself. That goes for clothes... food.... anything, really. So, I commit a day to google and learning how to edit my template to my liking. I found all the helpful info. I needed and am actually quite proud of how the design is going. Particularly my header. I wanted something big with cool navigation links and all that fun stuff. So far so good.... or so I thought.

I remember reading somewhere that different browsers display web pages differently. I use firefox. Out of curiosity I viewed my blog on IE. OH MY GOODNESS! WHAT A MESS! I've played around with my margins and paddings and have had no luck in figuring out which setting is the best... and really.... I'm to the point that I don't care what it looks like in IE. Is anyone else having this problem? What browser do you use?

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