> Did you just add the text-transform styling for the links to the left?
> I don't recall these were in uppercase.
> Anyway, I see that now you have the same line-height and for
> me this did fix the problem. In Firebug increase the
> line-height and you'll see the border moving away from the text.
> Note that this is due to your styling of the links. Without
> inline-block the line-height would not change the space
> between the text and the border.
I did adjust the line-height to both be 13px. This did not resolve the
issue. I then change the inline-block from apply to ONLY the LI A to all A
elements in the footer. This ALONG WITH the line-height appears to have
fixed the problem.
I think my obstacle in the past was that I tried the line-height and it
didn't work. So I would put the line-height back to where it was and then
change the display to inline-block. This alone did not fix it either. I had
not set BOTH.
The FIX was in having BOTH of those items match for both of the elements.
And, yes, I put the text-transform to uppercase. I did not have that in
there before, so that I could look at the descenders and how the bottom
border sat on the letters without the transform, which made it easier to
compare to the right-hand side.
Rob Emenecker @ Hairy Dog Digital
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