Ok this has to be an easy fix I can’t find what I am looking for though. I have searched on conditional comments and tried some out, but to no avail.
The issue is in IE7…the padding I used for my nav has pushed the flash image rotator down the same amount. I don’t know if it has something to with my css or my clients flash coding (I’m assuming my css since it works in every other browser) You can visit the site http://rjmccollam.com/test
If I remove the padding, nothing changes in firefox. Did you try it? It looks like you have to much padding, that’s why I suggested removing it. A little trial and error and you should get it. Otherwise, pack up you code and image
s so we can play with it to try and fix it.
I don’t know why it happened, there is to much code to look through. When I looked in firefox, the site looked fine. When I looked in I.E, it was sitting to low. I used firebug to remove the padding and the flash didn’t move, That’s why I suggested removing the padding on that one element. If you don’t have firebug, you should get it
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