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    hi again..

    I have another template I designed and this one too has problems in internet explorer. why is it so damn tricky to get it to work properly in IE?!

    anywho.. the template can be found here.
    as you can see there are a few problems that are distinct if you view the template in both FF and IE, such as:
    1. menu button borders aren't correct
    2. content top and bottom padding sucks!
    3. <li> padding sucks!
    so if anyone can let me know a site that holds the key to success or if anybody can give me a fix let me know!

    thanks,

    ricketh.

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    Ricketh ...

    I didn't spend much time on this, but my example shows some
    methods for breaking your CSS into several more sections. That
    will allow a little more flexibility, and added columns if you need.

    See my test example:
    http://www.catpin.com/test

    CSS:
    http://www.catpin.com/test/topnav.css

    By wrapping things, you can control the outer body, centered in the browser,
    then, manipulate the insides with some padding.



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