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Gap in list

Sent by Julie Angarone on 28 March 2006 13:01


Your css is extrememly hard to read-it scrolls across when I try to view it
in Firefox- however- based on someone elses advice to someone else
yesterday, I'd say you need to specify height for everything affected in
your menu - I checked your css and did not see height- but it would have
been easy to miss- so forgive me if it is already there. 


JULIE Angarone
Computer Support Specialist: A+, MCP
Department of Art & Archaeology 
303 McCormick Hall
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544
609.258.5864

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Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 7:01 AM
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Subject: [css-d] Gap in list


I have added an image in <li> tags to both the top and the bottom of a menu
(based on PVII's PMM). There is a small gap between the top image and the
first navigation item in IE & Firefox, but it displays fine in Opera. There
is no gap between the last menu item and the bottom image. Can anyone tell
me why this gap is appearing? I have searched and searched and cannot find
an answer.

www.sparrowdog.com/bti

Thanks

Joanne 



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