Emily Tarrant wrote:
> >>xhtml: <http://www.webfooteddesigns.co.uk/layout/index.html>
> >>css: <http://www.webfooteddesigns.co.uk/layout/styles/main.css>
> The link text isn't centred in
> ie5.5, but I don't see that as a major problem - more importantly it's
> not jutting out to the right any more. I'm a happy woman!
> Thanks Bruno and Zoe for all your help!
You're welcome! For the contering, you could try to remove the width from
the "#nav ul" as well. (this width is not necessary, since you already
specified the width on the container #nav, and you want the ul to fill the
The IE/Win rendering is sometimes different depending on the presence of a
specified dimension on an element: this triggers what MS calls 'layout' for
the element. Usually giving 'layout' things go better, but the behaviour of
lists is better without (of course all this is non standard behaviour...)
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