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clinthibbs
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I am having some issues with positioning in firefox. The site looks fine in IE but in Firefox it pulls the text in the content tag up by the nav bar. The issue is in my CSS coding but I can't find where.

link to temp site: http://www.geocities.com/clinthibbs/index.html

If I put padding around the header, nav, and content tags then it looks fine but I want the nav links pulled into the nav container.

If someone could take a look at it in IE and Firefox and help push me in the right direction I would appreciate it. I can post the code if need be.

- Thanks.

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IE is actually wrong in

IE is actually wrong in automatically containing the floating list items, which is what you need to do in Firefox. Search for containing floats for more in depth information, but a simple fix is to add:

#navlist {
overflow: hidden;
}

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Thanks! That did the trick.

Thanks! That did the trick.