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briandgarside
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Hi there;

I'm continuing to turn TSN.ca into an all CSS based site, and in doing so, I've come up with a small problem in Mozilla browsers, and a different one in IE.

First my mozilla (and also Safari) problem; the Flash element beneath my banner doesn't seem to be lining up properly. I don't want to have to absolute position it (because it ends up causing other problems later), but there appears to be some padding or spacing above the Flash "TV Schedule" element that shouldn't be there.

My second one is an IE problem. My nav list in the left bar seems to be doing some funky stuff with padding above and below the nav items, but thankfully this isn't replicated in Firefox or Safari. It happened earlier today when I made a modification to the nav style, but I can't figure out what I did that screwed it up. The stylesheet can be viewed at http://www.tsn.ca/darkside/css/tsn.css

Also, while I'm asking questions, the black-orange bar at the top and the grey bar beneath the TV schedule have text in them that I would like to have centered vertically in the bars, what's the best way to do that?

Thanks for your help!

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