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    One of my navigation links is dropping down below the navigation bar in some browsers. Currently its good in Chrome, and FireFox. Its doing this in FireFox Mac plateform and Safari. I don't know about Opera or IE. Does anyone have an idea of what i'm doing wrong here. I tried a lot of things an nothing seems to work. I will zip up the code as soon as I get home.

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    Here is the link to the problem code
    http://wagdesigns.webuda.com/Product...v_problem.html
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    It looks fine in (Windows) Firefox, IE8 (although the change of background colors is a bit spazzy for some reason), and Opera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eis, post: 230933
    It looks fine in (Windows) Firefox, IE8 (although the change of background colors is a bit spazzy for some reason), and Opera.
    Those things I got confirmed too. The only thing i'm worrying about is Mac Plateform browsers. They seem to always screw with me. Both FireFox 3.6 and Safari do this to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Yurlov, post: 231003
    Those things I got confirmed too. The only thing i'm worrying about is Mac Plateform browsers. They seem to always screw with me. Both FireFox 3.6 and Safari do this to me.
    Okay. Sorry, can't really help you there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eis, post: 231004
    Okay. Sorry, can't really help you there.
    Thats ok im mostly asking people that use macs and maybe know what this issues is here.
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    Firefox 3.6? Let me guess, you've got a PowerPC non-Intel Mac?

    I managed to confirm that it's good in:
    -Firefox 10 on Windows
    But in these browsers it simply doesn't show the last link at all:
    -IE9 on Windows
    On these browsers it places the last one below:
    -Firefox 10 on Mac
    -Opera on Mac
    -Google Chrome on Mac
    -Safari on Mac

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    Quote Originally Posted by shovenose, post: 231064
    Firefox 3.6? Let me guess, you've got a PowerPC non-Intel Mac?

    I managed to confirm that it's good in:
    -Firefox 10 on Windows
    But in these browsers it simply doesn't show the last link at all:
    -IE9 on Windows
    On these browsers it places the last one below:
    -Firefox 10 on Mac
    -Opera on Mac
    -Google Chrome on Mac
    -Safari on Mac
    so any idea on how to fix the ones that dont work?
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    Code:
    ul.menu li a {
            height: 34px;
            color: #3E3E3E;
            text-decoration: none;
            display: inline;
            float: left;
            overflow: none;
            line-height: 170%;
            padding: 10px 25px 0px 25px;
            }
    try that instead?

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    I have had that happen on mac's before. Use em's for font sizes and navigation padding instead of pixels that should do the trick. I think Mac's render the fonts a bit wider and therefore the link doesn't fit into the navbar width anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shovenose, post: 231064
    Firefox 3.6? Let me guess, you've got a PowerPC non-Intel Mac?

    -Firefox 10 on Mac
    -Opera on Mac
    -Google Chrome on Mac
    -Safari on Mac
    Boasting you have a mac much
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