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    ashwinf
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    Hi guys,
    I am not a web designer, but am in situation here where the web designer delivered something which seems to mess up how the page looks like in certain new browsers.

    In the CSS file there is this line: ul.nav li {float:left;}
    which causes my page to look like this: http://www.neosys.com/neosys_website.jpg

    However if I change the line to: ul.nav li {float:right;}
    the site looks great – http://www.neosys.com

    The problem is I cannot keep the dropdown/header as RIGHT as the whole sequence will change.

    I would really appreciate if anyone can assist in this matter.

    Thanks!

    #86651

    What browser? It’s working fine for me (floated left).

    #86652
    ashwinf
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    Im using FF 6.0.2 on a PC
    The current CSS script configured is RIGHT, and hence the sequence on our website header is opposite.

    #86677
    ashwinf
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    Hi Wolfcry911,

    I changed the padding to 8px 15px on ul.nav a and the problem is resolved now.

    Thanks a ton!!

    Cheers!

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