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    Fix menu for IE7?

    For anyone who's running IE7, can you please try and help me figure out what to do to make it work with IE7 and of course IE6/Firefox/Opera?

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    Hmmm my psychic powers must be waning today

    At a guess I would say that you probably need some html and then sprinkle in some css

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    You could try to add #nav ul{margin:0;padding:0;} between conditional comments for IE 7.

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    Updated post with URL... oops! haha
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    remove this line from the css completely:
    Code:
    #nav li>ul { /* to override top and left in browsers other than IE, which will position to the top right of the containing li, rather than bottom left */
    	top:auto;
    	left:auto;
    }
    Or Hide it from ie7 (use conditional comments and reset ie to top:0;left:0) if you need it but it doesn't look like you need it anyway as it works in firefox and opera without that line..


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