Nav bar on the left with a responsve logo on the right

I have a navbar at the top of each page with a list of elements all with float: left; applied to them. I then have a company logo floating on the right hand side of the nav bar. The issue is that if I make the window too small, the logo will move underneath the list items, I need it to shrink in size.

I do have media queries for mobile devices, but this is when the screen is still too large for a mobile device. I may also mention that the number of items on the menu bar can change, so a media query for this is not suitable.

Spacing between header div and nav div???

Hello...

I read answers about almost the same problem that I have with my css, but it do not solve my problem... So I had to ask it this way...
I have almost classical CSS structure, with divs as container, header, nav, ext... But space between header div and nav div is always there regardless what I had tried. ?????

CSS:

ul, li {list-style: none;}
H3 {
text-align:center;
color: #999999;
}
 
H2 {
text-align:center;
color: #999999;
}
 
a {
color: #FFF000;
text-decoration: none;
}
body {
font: small Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
margin: auto;
color: #FFFFFF;

Horizontal centering issues

Greetings

I have a problem at my website where I'm trying to center the menu.
I would usually add a display: inline-block to the <ul>, but that doesn't work in this case, because it ruins the layout of the dropdown.
How else can i center it without ruining the dropdown?

Cheers

Navbar and Background HELP.

Hello there, I am almost completly new to CSS and want to get some problems solved as quick as possible.
I'm a graphicer, designing a webshop with graphics and so on, we are currently using a platform to host our webshop and it has some easy feauters such as: Upload file/image, Create new page with articles, upload price and much more. Well my point is that this platform gets most of the job done.
However I have created a navigation bar on this platform and now I want a clean hover and marked function for it.
The navbar is located in this section:

Menu Items on top of each other

I'm trying to create a menu, but the submenu items are on top of each other.

Here is a link to the demo: http://jsfiddle.net/kwS7h/1/

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