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    Senior Member Tomaszewski's Avatar
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    ok, thanks to Shadowfiend, my menu's are working in IE... yet there is somethign else that boggles my mind... in IE 6, when you hover over the Service link, the whole page drops down about 15px... does anyone have any clue as to why?! :ermm:

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    I fixed the height problem by adding:
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    #navigation ul li {
        height: 30px;
    }
    to itglobal.css.

    That led to two more problems (one is that there is a 1px black line under the support button added on :hover, and that in IE there is an extra 100px added to the margin-left on the #navigation ul li ul), that I am working on, but have to out my daughter down for a nap first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by -chris-
    I fixed the height problem by adding:
    Code:
    #navigation ul li {
        height: 30px;
    }
    to itglobal.css.

    That led to two more problems, that I am working on, but have to out my daughter down for a nap first.
    hmm... that's interesting, because I tried to specify a height as well! Yet, for some reason, it didn't do what this code did!

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    Now to fix the other problems, I think you will end up having to use some IE hacks. (These problems also exist in IE7.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by -chris-
    Now to fix the other problems, I think you will end up having to use some IE hacks. (These problems also exist in IE7.)
    yea... i guess that's what i'm looking at... i was just playing around with the DTD and trying to validate at an strict xhtml... but nuttin'

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    btw... thanks for you help chris

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    No problem.
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    heh! Ok, this is how far i got! I fixed that problem using the star html hack... but now i face a similar problem when i rollover the child <li> elements... any ideas???

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    i was thinking to somehow target the parent from the child, but i don't think that's an option

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    ok... i think this is the best i'm giong to get it in IE! It's not too bad...


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