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    Hi guys, just looking for some feedback on my redesign for a scottish tour guide's website. It's still a work in progress, but I'm very keen to hear your comments/criticisms on it so far.

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    i was playing with a theme like that last night. use

    overflow: auto; <for ie
    overflow-x: hidden; <for the rest of us
    overflow-y: scroll;
    <for the rest of us

    use in that order so you account for ie but don't contradict the x-y control for firefox.
    this will get rid of that side-scroll for all mozilla and webkit browsers.

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    cheers dorky, thats really useful - i thought i was going to have to resort to using images for those corners!

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    oh no, maybe not - it hasn't changed anything :s

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    working fine. it wasnt for the corners. thats border-radius earlier it had a x and y axis scroll. now it only has y. firefox and mac you will see it in action. i believe ie9 will render this too. but ie8- will not and you are stuck with x and y scrolling for those users. also on my netbook, the nav loses a tab to the next row. set a min width.
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    oh rite yeah i see. sorry, the corners had been bugging me and my mind was kinda fixed on them!
    ive noticed that problem with the tabs, but havent been sure how to fix it. how would you use min-width? i want the tabs to start either at the point where the images on the left end; or if theres not enough room, then to further to the left. i tried aligning them to the right, which keeps them on one line on smaller browsers, but doesnt align them next to the images like i want them to be on larger resolutions.

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    i used this

    #topLinks {
    position: absolute;
    top: -32px;
    left: 190px;
    right: 0;
    }




    and got this
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    ok got it, thanks


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