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    Hi Everyone,
    I know this question has been asked a million times and I have tried my best to gather as much info as I can, but can't figure out what to do. The problem is height discrepancy for divs. IE8 brings the content up while FF keeps it down. How do you resolve this?

    Here is the link: (css attached)
    Pan Av, Aviation Consultants in South Florida - Home

    Thanks for any help,
    MJ

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    Keeps what up and down exactly? They look identical to me.
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    The right panel (Services list). I attached a screen shot of it in IE8 & FF 3.6 in Windows.

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    Ahhh. I see what you mean.

    They're actually lined up exactly at the top of the page. The issue is that Firefox is adding a margin between your list items. This is why I usually define list items like this:
    Code:
    #rightList li {
         margin:  0;
         padding:  0 0 10px 0;
    }
    Adjust as needed. The key is that you need to define both margins and padding (IE and FF interpret this differently.)
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