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    Is there anyone that can help me with a CSS problem with my navigation?

    It appears ok in Firefox but in IE 7 it hides behind another section and I’m struggling to get it working properly.

    Site is here:



    can you explain what the problem is?

    I looked in FF and IE7 and they both look fine, but then again, I don’t know what it is meant to look like.

    your problem sounds like…..

    how far away is london? I could say 1hr by plane, 500-ish miles, a day by car, but someone could say something different if they are from australia.


    The homepage looks fine. The problem seems limited to the About and Portfolio pages.

    I had a look and, well i’ve been scratching my head for a while actually. It turns out you have a few syntax errors in your css – it’s always worth running it by the validator and fixing those just incase it’s screwing with IE / Firefox.

    That’s by the by. You are actually referencing two different style sheets … /style.css (13622 bytes) in homepage … /style.css (13503 bytes) in about, etc…

    So subtle that like I say it took me some time to spot it myself.

    I suggest you use <?php bloginfo(‘stylesheet_url’); ?> in your template to correct this issue :-)


    Sorry guys, my bad.

    I fixed the navigation shortly after posting by trying a few things out, apologies. Just sorting out some of the other bugs.




    it would have been nice if you at least updated your post so that we were not wasting our time….

    please in future, if you fix something please let us know, so we can help others.

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