CSS Background Position Inherit?

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I'm having a little trouble with my inline li elements' backgrounds (in IE).

http://pixelcraftwebdesign.com

Take a look at my menu.

Can you help me out?
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can you provide screenshots? I'm having a hard time figuring out whats not correct...
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This screen shot is from Avant browser, but the problem is identical in IE.
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hmm strange I didn't see that problem in my IE (7 on xp sp2) however you might be able to fix it by adding
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display:inline-block
to the li. I would also remove your "display block" from the ul and instead set the li's to float left and display block. I've noticed that IE has problems when the ul has its display settings (width, block, etc) set.
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Oh...I can't believe I did that...I'm not quite sure what I was thinking...(embarrassed)

Thanks for the help!
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You welcome. By the way I like the direction the site is taking. The big gradient color is pretty cool.

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