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I've come across this problem many times. Any time that I have an unordered list, I've noticed that it comes up differently on Explorer than it does Firefox. In Explorer, the list is usually shifted to the left. Even when I set the ul to have a 0 margin and padding, it still comes up this way.

Can someone enlighten me about the differences in the way Explorer displays these?

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A question that has been

A question that has been covered many many times on the forum!

IE uses margin-left and firefox and others uses padding left. Control these default values by zeroing them then use one other where needed.

As to why you find problems, not sure, insufficient detail to answer.

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Thanks, Hugo!

Thanks, Hugo!

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