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so everythings going smooth design (or start of design looks great)

foxy even, only firefox displays it right

http://www.filmrare.com

comething has gone seriously wrong in ie

stylesheet is here

http://www.filmrare.com/skins/Legend/styleSheets/exp2.css

how can i get the side menu to layer correctly as it does in firefox (still working on sorting the image and trimming the css doc down to size.

it may change as time goes on and i fiddle with things.

any help appreciated.

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more ie / firefox woes

well seem to have fixed it

no idea why ie now has some crazy massive text instead of what i want it to display as Sad

i love microsoft...

btw what the problem was i had some position set as absolute so it was interpreting <br /> differently.

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more ie / firefox woes

going back to my original post

http://www.filmrare.com

look at it in ie and firefox

firefox the menu elements are flush to the content

ie they have a nasty border

any ideas on correction?????

i will not be messing with the menu elements anymore

its stumped me

im working on the content now

as ever great thanks...

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more ie / firefox woes

Without even looking at your CSS, you've got an ID of menu applied to a <div> and to all your <ul>s. An ID can only be used once on a single page. You have to use classes for multiple instances.

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more ie / firefox woes

For your menu, try a definition list in lieu of an unordered list.

http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/definition.html

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