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However...I think

However...I think something's wrong... I'm chasing IE all over the screen and in FF they're now sitting on top of each other :?

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To see one of the effects I

To see one of the effects I was trying to achieve (wasn't expecting the extra tab) adjust the #menu li width to 80px.

Not sure where that gap between bottom of menu and top of maincontainer is coming from it wasn't there when I checked

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Okay...width now 80px and

Okay...width now 80px and they all sit happily in FF. Did you do anything else beside line it up with maincontent and sit it on maincontent? Because I think I'm missing it if there's something else.

However I was in the process of cutting the drop down menus in the html when you hopped on and so I may have done something there that IE doesn't like...but it will have to wait till tomorrow. I'll load the current state of affairs for you to see though.

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Hugo are you there? It

Hugo are you there?

It doesn't look good I'm afraid...I've tried a number of things. I wondered because you have done away with the width on the first line, whether it meant that the tabs lost layout - in FF they're all sitting on top of each other and in IE if you mouse over the tabs the layout breaks up all over the place. Sad

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IE would need hasLayout

IE would need hasLayout triggered for the top level element (zoom:1), the tabs as I envisaged them(remember for fun) was a reduced width on the top level li elements which would cause them to overlap on their left edge if that's what you mean by 'sitting on top'.

It's possible that FF will have problems with the display:table as it can throw a wobbly when d:table contains wrapping floats. The reason for d:table is that the code as is doesn't contain the floats so one can't zero the bottom margin of the containing parent as the floats are dropping through and disrupting the content below, normally one would use overflow hidden but with this code you can't as it hides the dropdown elements. It might work if you use the the 'clearfix' technique , worth a try!.

Of course you can just not have the tabs sitting flush on the top of #maincontent, but tabs that float on their own look a bit odd? to my mind anyway.

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Hee-hee...just confuddle her

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Ok im a soooooo angery atm

Ok im a soooooo :curse: angery atm my css... every time i try to go into Cs_assualt It come up saying.. :curse: like Model error cannot detect cardboardbox #3 and stuff.. and internal error I.ve tried unintalling re installing and :jawdrop: am i pissied ... PLEASE HELP ME :thumbsup: im getting prettty Sick of it :mad:

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OK im really

OK im really :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: :curse: annoyed ... the model errors are coming up for ... cs_office de_dust1/2 and cs_assault ... how do i fix it ! PLEASE Sad

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