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Thanks everyone for your feedback as well as advice on mac IE. Quite a
debate on the subject! GREAT to hear it (miracle of miracles) actually
looks okay in Mac IE (hadn't tested it yet). Thanks, Michael for your
advice below on how to fix the positioning. I'm away for the night but
will give it a go tomorrow and hopefully all sorted...
Michael Landis wrote:
>Virtuallee wrote (about http://www.alisonbranagan.com/new_website/index.htm):
>>I've got most of a site working in Firefox, but the navigation is
>>moving out of alignment in IE. I can't seem to get it right. Does
>>anyone have any ideas? Not IE mac - haven't thought about mac yet :(
>Actually, a lot of this probably has to do with your HTML. The UL's
>you are styling have title="Navigation" or title="NavigationTop". It
>looks like IE is improperly translating this into class="Navigation"
>and class="NavigationTop" and therefore implementing the rules that
>are removing your margins. Firefox is properly ignoring the titles,
>and giving you the advantage of its default margins and padding. Try
>switching "title" with "class" on your UL's, then start working on it
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