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    Question Superfish menus display locally, but not remotely

    I'm pretty sure I'm not a moron. I've checked and double-checked that all of the pertinent CSS and .js files are uploaded. The menus just display as bulleted lists rather than a tidy nav bar. NOTE, the site looks terrible in IE, I know. I've just been designing on Chrome and will go back and tweak for IE later. I just don't have a clue why there's a difference between the local version and the live version. Anybody have any ideas?:

    Here's the new site that I'm building: http://www.concertointernetmarketing.com

    Thanks!!!

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    Hi ConceroMan, welcome to SitePoint!

    I'm wondering if you have a separate style sheet for the menu that you forgot to upload? Or forgot to link to them in the head? There are just no styles in there for the list items. What styles did you mean to use?

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    IE is probably displaying poorly because of the fact it is in quirks mode .

    You don't have a URI at the end of your doctype and as a result IE is in quirks mode and the page will behave more like IE5
    Always looking for web design/development work.
    http://www.CodeFundamentals.com

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    You have the wrong path to the superfish menu

    You say it is here:
    Code:
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/superfish.css" media="screen">
    http://www.concertointernetmarketing.com/css/superfish.css

    But it is actually here:
    Code:
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="CSS/superfish.css" media="screen">
    http://www.concertointernetmarketing.com/CSS/superfish.css

    Locally the different case was probably resolved but not once on the server.

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    You guys are awesome. Paul, the case was the issue. Much appreciated!


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