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    Hello all!

    We’re getting a period in front of our navigation links on our site and it ONLY happens in IE

    I looked at the .js and don’t see anything that could cause this. Can any javascript gurus out there help me out?

    The site is and the script running the nav is MenuItems.js

    Thanks so much!



    I suspect it is just the indicator that the image file sample_images/bullet.gif can not be found… which makes sense cause it’s not there:


    Senff is partially correct; one problem here is missing resources (confirmed through Fiddler with an Auto Responder). Additionally, you appear to have the width and height set to 0 and 0. In Internet Explorer, this results in the image being 1×1. If you want to hide an image, set its width and height in CSS. Of course it may be better to modify its display property instead at this point.

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