while we're talking about using a bullet list for
links... could someone have a look at this problem i
have with formatting ul
here is the page:
(don't click any links, they don't work)
the nav bar is in a div that contains divs (which i
called subnav) to group the links. i discovered that
IE 5 displayed the bullet list with a left margin that
moved it outside of the subnav div, so i started
styling ul to move it back inside. but now it's way
to far to the right in mozilla, which isn't a problem
but doesn't look as nice.
in the @import stylsheet i got this:
list-style-position : inside;
margin : 0px -10px 0px 0px;
in the stylesheet for nn4 i got this:
margin : 0px 0px 0px -10px;
to be honest i'm not sure if i understand
'list-style-position : inside' correctly and if it is
applicable here, but it seemed to help.
or should i maybe style li instead of ul?
it's not a major problem but i would like to
understand this better.
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