The navbar is fine in firefox and in IE 6 and lower ... but it's to far to the right in IE 7.
The website is http://www.dotsolveconsulting.com
The HTML :
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Your use of IE conditional
Your use of IE conditional comments is all wrong. You don't create a complete copy of your stylesheet for IE - you just put into it whatever rules you need to fix IE's quirks. In your case, you may find that you don't even need one because the only thing I could tell at a quick glance that it was doing was fixing your nav which is coded wrong for IE anyway.
margin: -5px 0 0 5px;
Something like that should be fine for all browsers - FF, IE6 & IE7.
huh. thanks for that. i'm
huh. thanks for that. i'm learning so much from you guys. that worked great. problem solved..