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  1. #1
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    The site: http://depts.drew.edu/biol
    The code http://depts.drew.edu/biol/menu_array.js
    Ok, so this looks good now on Mozilla, IE, Netscape and IEMac. Any ideas why it looks like **** on opera?
    Thanks,
    -Carl

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    I just realized that when I wrote **** on the above message, it came out as ****. OOOps how was I supposed to know that you can't say **** on a forum. That's some pretty ****ed up **** right there.

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    Yeah, there is another issue as well. I have to write the department info tab as such department&nbspinfo so it looks good on IEmac. Otherwise friggin macs recognize the space as a <br>. Now it looks good IEMac and IE, but the tab in Mozilla is reading the literal &nbsp. Any suggestions?


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