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sparkling
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Any ideas why this happens? After some experimentation I've found that the bigger my header image the further down my nav-bar goes.

Strangely doesn't happen in Safari- so that's 2% of browsers ticked off...

I'm using the unstandard theme.

The site is here:

http://www.futurebehaviour.co.uk/blog/

This is the bit of the style sheet I've been hacking up with no joy. This is the original.

leaderboard h1 a { color: #333; text-decoration: none; }
  #leaderboard h1 a:hover { color: #f47a0e; }
#main-nav { font-size: 1.1em; margin: 10px 0 0 0; text-transform: uppercase; font-weight: bold; }
  #main-nav li { float: left;  margin-left: 7px; }
  #main-nav li a { background: #ddd; color: #6c6c6c; display: block; padding: 1.1em 0; text-decoration: none; text-align: center; width: 8em; }
  #main-nav li a:hover,
  #main-nav li.current a { background: #333; color: #eee; }
  #main-nav li.rss-now a:hover,
  #main-nav li.rss-now a { background: #f47a0e; color: #eee; }
.adsense-center { margin: -40px auto 0; display: block; width: 728px; }

It is doing my nut in.

Any help is really appreciated.

wolfcry911
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#leaderboard a { float:

#leaderboard a { float: left;}