Cross-Browser Compatability 2.0

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I'm working on a new site design. I've only got so far as the nav menu because as you can tell, it looks fine in Firefox, but not in I.E.

Any suggestions. I think it has something to do with the CSS, but I'm not sure what?

http://www.3waymirror.net/
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Ha, I just did some googling and found out that FF automatically adds a 40px left padding to all lists.

If you add

Code: [ Select ]
* {margin: 0; padding: 0;}


to the top of the css file, it should fix that. Then you can add whatever margins/padding you need to each individual element.

YAY Google!

Hopefully this helps someone else.
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If you've got FF on Windows you can navigate your way to Program Files > Mozilla Firefox > res > html.css. There you can see all the default stylings FF gives to various elements.
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website-design-forum/what-your-favorite-css-reset-t90868.html#p515221

The whole thread is pretty useful really, but be sure to look into the accessability issues noted in that post. :)

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