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purewebdesigner
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I can't seem to figure why the main nav rollovers are having issues.
I even took the menu out made sure everything worked fine then when I placed it back into the page then checked it in FF the links are still messed up.

http://design-manifesto.com/kiska/

I'm trying to have the hover graphic repeat then when on visited be back to the normal state.

you can get idea of what I'm talking about by clicking on the menus, see how the subnav is fine and the man nav shows the graphic for the subnav in the visited/active state, I'm sort of new to the all CSS layout scene, but I'm trying my best.

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why have you posted this

why have you posted this question twice?
I believe the problem lies here:
#subnav ul li a:link, #mainnav ul li a:visited {
background: url(images/sub_nav_btn.gif) no-repeat scroll left top;
color: #b1a18c;
}

remove the #mainnav ul li a:visited (it's already declared previously).

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Sorry for the double post...

Thanks wolfcry911 you rock.

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