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    Hello, im sorry for being the guy who sings up to a help forum and immediately starts asking for help. Ill be sure to contribute as much as i can, whenever i can, down the track.

    I am making a website for someone, and i thought everything was fine (and it seems to be on my computer). But from everyone elses computer everything seems to go wrong. Even when they are using the same browser and browser version as me.

    The header seems to move to the right/left when moving through the nav bar and when each link in the nav bar is visited it seems to change the style of the visited link... but i cant seem to change it so it stays normal.

    www.kaninchenfrank.de

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks in advance.

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    I see what you mean. The 'about' and 'opinions' have the <h1> shifted to the right a little in FF. And the visited nav styles only change in IE.
    I think I know your problem though. Before adding the subclasses to a, you first have to define the a.
    So first you type the properties into
    #menu-h a{
    /*your attributes*/
    }
    And then you define the changes in the subclasses.
    #menu-h a:link{
    /*what you want to change in the link*/
    }
    #menu-h a:visited{
    /*this is where IE is getting your visited from*/
    }
    etc

    What the subclasses do is inherit the attributes from the #menu-h a{}, which you don't have, and then replace some of those attributes with whatever you typed into the subclass. I think that's whats messing with your menu.
    I wouldn't use a:visited at all for your site though, it's useless.
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    No need to apologize, James. We've all been that guy.

    I saw the shifting behavior George mentioned, but only on pages that didn't contain a vertical scrollbar. Once the scrollbar shows up, it takes a certain chunk of real estate and moves the rest of your layout to the left to compensate for that. That's normal, and I wouldn't go changing anything just because of that. If you did anything, however, the only thing you really could do (and even this wouldn't work in all cases) is to define a min-height for your content area. And again, I wouldn't.

    Other than that, it's what George said. Alternatively, if you want your visited link to appear "normal" (and by "normal", I'm assuming you mean the way it appears before you visit the page), just take the #menu-h a:visited style out completely. Don't even use it. There's absolutely nothing that says you have to.
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    lol, TheGAME is right. We have all been there.

    Looks great on my Mac, w/ Chrome.
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