IE line overlapping problem, maybe line-height

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I am having a problem with lines (with white backgrounds) overlapping each other in IE6 & 7. The page works fine if you view it in firefox. If you go here http://dev.rentdahlonega.com/ then select a house on the left, under the listing details the text goes crazy in both versions of IE. Any help would be appreciated.

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It looks fine for me. You should seperate your stylesheet from your HTML also.
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Looks fine for me also. I'm viewing it in IE6 here at work, and this is what I see.
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Thats exactly what I see in IE6 also. I don't have IE7.
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I think we have established that it is localised to your computer.
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not necessarily - the first time I looked at the link I saw the problem just as CXLink described it. On subsequent viewings however it seemed fixed. Maybe you've inadvertently repaired it.....

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