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Nav Problem

Sent by Pringle, Ron on 15 March 2006 21:09

Les wrote:

> Maybe I've just been awake too many hours, but I can't find this....
> Look at the nav. It's not that compliated and works perfect 
> in I.E., but 
> in Netscape and Firefox, there's problems selecting the last 
> two links.
> It's just a list:


> CSS is here:
> Ideas?


The problem isn't the list, its the relatively positioned element that
is covering it up.

Take the following ID and add a background-color:#333; to it and you
will instantly see the problem.

#takachADDRESS {
 position: relative;
	left: 300px;
	top: 23px;
	font-size: 10px;
	color: #999999;
	margin: 0 0 0 0;
	height: 70px;

A quick fix would be to give #takachADDRESS a bottom margin of 25px.

Aside from that, I think your coding suffers from a number of
non-apparent issues, mostly stemming from absolute positioning, fixed
font sizes, declared height values, etc.

I would take some time to study up in the list's WIKI on how to use
floats and relative font sizes. I think you could easily accomplish the
same design with much more accessible code.

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