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    NinaMorena
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    I’m stumped!

    I have a website design that works flawlessly in Firefox. I’ve used the IE style sheet to redirect IE to use:
    <!–[if IE]>
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/ie.css" />
    <![endif]–>

    However, I’ve fixed the positions in IE but I cannot get the menu to appear in IE7. I had to do a little tweaking to the li style to get it to work in Firefox but I am stumped as to how to make this work in IE7. The coding for the li was done within the page itself instead of the css file(s). Can anyone give me any guidance as to how to make it work?

    The li code is below:

    Code:

    Here is the website to reference:

    http://www.kissngrind.com/index0608.html

    css locations:

    http://www.kissngrind.com/css/kng.css
    http://www.kissngrind.com/css/ie.css

    #48107
    Adam
    Participant

    your conditional ie style sheet will not work because the in-line style will over rule it. Move the inline style to your normal stylesheet and then your ie style sheet will work.

    #48111
    NinaMorena
    Member

    Sounds good. I’m diggin’ in. Thanks for the suggestions. I will let you know how it turns out. *crosses fingers and toes*

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