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bent hamm
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Hi I'm new around here. I'm doing a website for a friend:

http://www.heysuki.com

The menu at the bottom doesn't display correctly in ie6. When you hover over a link, it's supposed to pop upwards, instead it is enlarging but dropping the vertical alignment on the inactive links to accommodate. Firefox displays it correctly. Anyone have any idea on how to work around this?

http://www.heysuki.com/index.css

there's the css.

Another question for you, I'm not quite sure why, but on the handbags page the three list links in the center block are scooted to the right 30px in both ie6 and firefox. Anyone know why this is? I'm sure I'm just missing something in the code.

Thanks for your help.

Tony
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hello and a vertical alignment question (isn't IE filthy?)

Hi bent hamm,
Welcome to the forum.

First the easy problem Smile to fix the three list links on the handbags page set padding to 0 on #submenu.

I not sure exactly what to do to fix the other issue.
Try playing with line-height and different values for vertical-align.

Hope that helps

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hello and a vertical alignment question (isn't IE filthy?)

I fixed it.

Forgot the </ul> tag. How infuriating.

Thanks for your input, Tony.