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Fruitcake
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When you resize the width of the browser, the elements drop underneath each other in the header. How would i prevent this from happening? Will i need to use the min-width property somewhere?

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min-width ?

Hi

Normally I put a min-width setting in the body for gecko browsers. I would suggest

min-width:765px for yours

and in the overall page container div set a width if you can (for IE) at the same width. This also helps centering the design in gecko browsers. Bonus. Not that you need it, but useful to remember.

Trevor

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min-width ?

you can also try white-space: nowrap

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min-width ?

Thanks guys, fixed my problem.

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