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Help with Navication

  • # December 17, 2008 at 4:57 pm

    can someone take a peek and tell me what Im doing wrong with my navigation.
    http://www.linkcreativedesign.com

    I put an "about" rollover/tab/button in there, THEN a "blog" one. When I put in the "blog" one, it either went ontop of the "about" one, or replaced it.. I THINK its ontop.. Ive tried putting float:right, in all different parts of the code.. and no luck. Im stuck!

    Thanks in advance

    # December 17, 2008 at 11:36 pm

    Ok Ive gotten this far with it so far.. still cannot get it to go horizontal. I have list-style:inline; in there… I dunno why this is not doing it!

    can anyone please look at my style sheet and let me know what you think Im doing wrong! Thanks.
    http://www.linkcreativedesign.com

    # December 18, 2008 at 4:55 am

    What are you seeing? What do you want to see?

    Looks good to me.

    Rob
    # December 18, 2008 at 5:01 am
    "LinCSS25" wrote:
    Ok Ive gotten this far with it so far.. still cannot get it to go horizontal. I have list-style:inline; in there… I dunno why this is not doing it!

    can anyone please look at my style sheet and let me know what you think Im doing wrong! Thanks.
    http://www.linkcreativedesign.com

    hey – your UL you dont have to declare as a block, it already is classed as a block. declare your LI as "inline-block" and you will have more control over them :)

    # December 18, 2008 at 8:54 am

    Hey! thanks for the replies…
    So I fixed it and im so mad. it was so simple and stupid on my part. I forgot to put px after my width: 107 for each rollover link.. i did that and it fixed it.

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