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Hi there,

Just having a tiny bit of trouble with some CSS.

I want the navigation bar to have a blue background all the way across (instead of falling short by a few pixels on each side)

Here is the site: http://otherside.thewerkhaus.com/

Can anyone help me? I'm sure it's only easy...I swear I've tried everything.

Thanks so much in advance!

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Why are you attempting to

Why are you attempting to position major elements as absolute? Dont! read up on the flow of elements in their natural order i.e position static there should be no need to position the header or navigation the flow places header at top and nav below so just ensure you manage your margins and padding.

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1-2 CSS files is a HUGE

1-2 CSS files is a HUGE variable when one file is 4000 lines. It could very well take 5 hours when including photoshop designing which is already stumbling far beyond 5000fg.
Perhaps you can come with a bit more description about the job. How many pages does it involve?
Considering you also need it designed, maybe you should split the job, and make sure you are satifised with a design before asking for someone to code it.