Possible div alignment issue.

My navigation bar does not expand the whole cell in internet explorer but does in google chrome. In IE the nav bar has maybe a 2-4 px space on the right hand side of it. Is there anyway to get the contents of this cell to expand the full cell both in IE and Chrome? Site link and code below. This nav bar uses CSS and Javascript to work. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Site: http://webpages.charter.net/gigamosis/template3.html

HTML Code

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<html>
<head>
<title>List</title>

IE & firefox browser issues

Hi Everyone
I was hoping someone could help me out. I have taught myself css and html, so I am not very good at fixing problems once something goes wrong.
Ok so I am in the middle of creating a home page that looks great on safari, but on IE (being tested on IE7) one whole button is not recognised at all and on IE and Firefox none of the background images for any of the button are seen. please help.. (the other background images on the page are being seen - the only problems are these buttons.

IE & firefox browser issues

 Hi Everyone

I was hoping someone could help me out. I have taught myself css and html, so I am not very good at fixing problems once something goes wrong.
Ok so I am in the middle of creating a home page that looks great on safari, but on IE (being tested on IE7) one whole button is not recognised at all and on IE and Firefox none of the background images for any of the button are seen. please help.. (the other background images on the page are being seen - the only problems are these buttons.

Adding border to Superfish submenu

Hi,

I am trying to add a border to my Superfish menu. I previously used a SpryMenuBar (Adobe Dreamweaver style menu), as can be soon on www.abstractproductions.com.au

As you can see I had a grey 1px border around each submenu. I am trying to achieve this in Superfish. I have added the "border:" option to .sf-menu ul as follows:

.sf-menu ul {
	position: absolute;
	top: -999em;
	width: 10em; /* left offset of submenus need to match (see below) */
	border: 1px solid #CCC; /* submenu containers have borders on all sides */
}

CSS Alignment Issue with my CSS Rendered Calendar in IE8... Struggling to see what's wrong...

What've I done wrong...? See what's happening with my calendar here (I would C&P the source but it also has the entire php & javascript queries in it, so best if you check it out direct at site):

http://www.tuirennhurstfield.com/calendartrial.php

In IE8 the SUN & MON columns are replacing columns FRI & SAT and are pushing TUES-SAT down a level so they are below... This seems to only be happening in IE8, works fine in IE6, IE7, Safari and Firefox...

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