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    Firstly, I’ve only been building websites with CSS for about a year now, so please accept my apologies if this is an easy one — or if I need things explained thoroughly. Very much self taught here.

    I designed this website:

    If you look at in IE (I’m using 9, but given the fact that it’s IE I’m sure the problem exists in any version) the menu children have transparent backgrounds … this is confusing me primarily because I’m not yet a CSS master and I don’t really understand how to address that area of the menu (the menu was created in dreamweaver).

    Like I said, probably and easy one, but I would appreciate a little help. Everything I learn here makes me a little better at what I do … I owe css-tricks a big thanks for that; I was using tables a year ago. :x !!!

    Thanks for the help,
    Tanner Campbell


    You have this class, “UL.MenuBarHorizontal LI.MenuBarItemIE” with the “background” property set to “none transparent”.

    I think it you get rid of that property, it should work in IE!

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