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    HI im new this is my first post hope you can help me

    I have a problem, firefox shows a gap within my navigation and I dont know why (works in Chrome and Safari)
    here’s the code

    and the css

    #squares_f ul{
    margin-top: 13px;
    width: 900px;
    height: 221px;

    #squares_f ul a.a{
    float: left;
    width: 300px;
    height: 221px;

    The gap shows in the beginning of the navigation elements with 300px of width, when I turn on Firebug it tells me that the gap is the

    element but it cant be because there’s nothing there, the element

    is right on the right side of the gap.
    It’s like it separates the

    squares_f ul a.a

    from it’s content which is the

  • element


    Welcome :)

    Your html is invalid and you don’t seem to be targeting all of the list items.

    Have a look at this tutorial, hopefully it can help you.


    jeje…thanks man

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