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buskerdog
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Stylesheet: http://tinyurl.com/2nr6zv

This is a template I'm building in WordPress. The nav bar is made of two types of dynamic WordPress elements. The first 5 items are pages and the last two are categories. Unfortunately WordPress automatically styles these things differently so I've fooled around with my css to try to put all these items on one navbar seamlessly. It works in all the browsers I've tried except Safari on the mac (for the record it works on Mac:Firefox and Opera, and PC: IE, Firefox)

In Safari the final item is padded down an extra amount and drops below the navbar. Anyone see why this has happened?

(One request: If you qoute any aspect of the code please don't quote the name of the site, since I don't want the thread to appear in Google on searches for the site)

Thanks!

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Have you fixed this? I

Have you fixed this? I don't have Safari, but I can't replicate in Konqueror.

cheers,

gary

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Yeah, I fixed it. Sorry for

Yeah, I fixed it. Sorry for not updating. I wish I could say what it was. I moved a bunch of attributes from li to ul so maybe that did it. I'm not 100% sure.