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Ostersund, SWEDEN
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Ostersund, SWEDEN
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This would be my first but probably not my last post here. Therefore, I am unsure if this would class as a beginners problem or a bit higher. Never the less, better try here first =)

Ok, attached is a zip file with the project in question. The site is in swedish but the problem can be solved without knowing a bit of the language.

Check the nav buttons to the upper right.
Below them there is a sub menu in orange. The problem I am having is that the submenu doesnt have the same position in FireFox as in IE. The IE look is the way its supposed to be and my question is, what can I do to have them look the same way?

Many thanks in advance for any help on the subject!


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Welcome to the forums. Let

Welcome to the forums.

Let me first say that if IE and Firefox differ, Firefox is showing exactly what you coded, and IE is showing something else.

I'd like to tell you what it is that needs altered, but for the life of me, I can't find your css file. Am I blind or did you forget to load it?

One other thing, lose that Macromedia image swap/preloader script. It does little good with IE, as IE mis-handles image caching. For the better browsers, it actually slows the initial loading and rendering, as you're downloading all the images before anything else gets requested.



If your web page is as clever as you can make it, it's probably too clever for you to debug or maintain.