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IE5/Win doesn't make my design better (over here). It doesn't display the background image on the a in het menu and it creates an ugly border between the menu and the content. How can I prevent this from occurring? It works perfectly in Firefox 0.8, IE6 and Opera 7.

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IE5 eats my design

Someone, please?

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IE5 eats my design

Hi ZB-Rob,
Looks like IE5 isn't reading the padding on the a in the menu.
I can't see the other problems you mentioned.

There is a couple of things you could do.
1. try using padding-left instead of the padding shortcut.
2. remove the padding altogether and add a couple nbsp before the text in the link. Not very elegant but should work.
3. Put the image on the li instead of the link.

Hope that helps