It's the 28px right padding on your ".leftnav ul li span a" that's
causing the problem.
On Mon, 23 Aug 2004 13:05:50 +0000, Sales [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Hello there.
> Hope you all had a decent weekend! :)
> I'm mingling with a new CSS layout we want to use, which is a vast collection of our previous
layout and new images and design aspects.
> I'm experiencing two problems though.
> One is on Konqueror 3.1, and the other *of course* Internet Explorer 6 (that I tested it on).
> The layout is at http://www.skyinternet.co.uk/help/css.html -- the images and CSS are all there,
CSS is in the actual .html itself.
> The problem with IE is as that the "dots" around the left navigation don't meet where they should,
and thus the maincontent is pushed underneath - I hope you'll see what I mean when you view the
site. I have absolutely no idea why this is occuring.
> In Konqueror, there's only a slight problem. That is, again with the left navigation, the bullet
images are too far up, on every other browser there is a slight gap above them that has a slight
margin around the bullets, and the text. In Konqueror, this doesn't happen. I can live with that
> Any help with these issues would be GREATLY appreciated, along with any feedback you may have
regarding the design.
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