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Client's beta site is here:

www.kahuanui.com/realtor/index.php

Everything checked out except when browsing the site with IE, the left navigation menu is out of place. Can anyone help me out with what is wrong?

THANKS ahead of time.

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Why a spry menu, and not

Why a spry menu, and not pure CSS? display:block will position the li vertically.

There are some minor things that I saw. First of all, your markup is a mess. Sort it out and get it in a single CSS file.

Resize your images to avoid unnecessary loading time (especially on page "Where I live"). The welcome text is too long and unstructured, has too many "other". Use more margins (for example: "About me" the last line of text touches the footer, or worse, "Where I live" the text touches the images. "Services list" the subjects are in the same line with the text. Looks better and more structured to start at least with a new paragraph; also would I add text-align: justify to the paragraphs. I would divide name and address from the contact numbers in the footer

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Awesome, thanks for the

Awesome, thanks for the advice. This was actually my first time working with CSS and I haven't built sites for a while. I'll sort through everything once I get the display problem fixed but I really appreciate the advice.