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I am creating some css menus for my site- it looks great in all browsers. I am on a pc and one of my clients is on a MAC- the problem is that on mac ie6 my subnav is listed in a vertical list instead of beeing horizontal. Any idea why this is?

Here is the link
http://www.one19.com/CAD/business.asp

My css is currently on the page. I do not have a MAC to test on either.

HELP anyone HELP!!!

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IE MAC - WHat a pain in the ars

Couldn't find the page from that link?! :?

[EDIT]: Got it!

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IE MAC - WHat a pain in the ars

You seem to be using display: inline for the <li> elements on the subnav. This has problems not just in Mac IE 5 (Mac IE only goes upto v5... they've stopped developing it), but in other browsers also.

Try floating the <li>'s with float: left;

This will have a knock-on effect on the parent <ul> of the list items if it doesn't have a specified height.

Have a play around with the float declaration and let us know how it goes.

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