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    navigation list problem in Internet Explorer

    Hi all,

    Just came across a small little annoyance when creating a submenu on my page. In Mozilla it works fine, however with IE it does not.

    When viewing the page in IE and passing your mouse over the links the image bullet blinks with the text. I am really uncertain why this is happening. Justing need some assitance with it before it annoy me to death.

    CSS code
    Code:
     /*******************************Sub-navigation*********************************/
     .subnav 
     {
     	padding-top: 10px;
     	padding-bottom: 20px; 
     	margin-left: auto; 
     	margin-right: auto; 
     	width: 185px; 
     	text-align: left;
     }
     .subnav UL {
     	padding-right: 0px; 
     	padding-left: 0px; 
     	padding-top: 0px;	
     	padding-bottom: 0px; 
     	margin: 0px; 
     	line-heigth: 15px; 
     }
     .subnav LI {
     	margin: 0px; 
     	border-bottom: #ececec 1px solid;
     	list-style-type: none;
     }
     .subnav a {
     	display: block; 
     	padding-left: 16px; 
     	background: url(images/plusbullet.gif) no-repeat left; 
     	color: #BFC09C; 
     	text-decoration: none;
     }
     .subnav a:hover {
     	border-right: #5B8CBC 3px solid; 
     	color: #5B8CBC;
     }
    Site can be viewed at http://beta.onexsquare.com/test.html

    It is the menu on the right hand side that give problem in IE when mouse is pass over and the bullet seems to disapear and come back.

    Thanks in advance!
    OneX Square Creation
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    Works fine for me in IE6. I assume you are talking about the little + sign.

    Have you cleared your cache or is your tempory folder fulll. Or have you set images to be fetched from the server on each visit in the browser options.

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul O'B
    Works fine for me in IE6. I assume you are talking about the little + sign.

    Have you cleared your cache or is your tempory folder fulll. Or have you set images to be fetched from the server on each visit in the browser options.

    Paul
    Hmmm....seems to be my browser settings.
    I must be getting tired now ... Thank you
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