CSS in IE7

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Help :(

I built some rate & review functionality into one of my domains but the 'star rating' doesn't display properly in IE7 :evil: Displays perfectly in FF and Opera. I'm no CSS guru and wondered if anyone could give me a pointer :?: The problem can be seen at http://advancedqanda.com/free-online-te ... -templates .

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I didn't investigate thoroughly, but I would guess it's a difference in the default margin of the UL and LI elements between the browsers. Do you have to use this system? I don't understand why you wouldn't just have 6 different graphics.
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Hey Digital,

Thanks for that. There is a reason why I used this method, when you sit a Q&A event on the last page you are able to rate the event using a "mouse over the stars" solution. You probably need to see it to understand what I mean. 6 graphics would not be enough it's a percentage value, I'd need 10 grahics and the solution would be very ugly :(

I'll take a look at the margin - thanks for the idea.

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Ie7 Is not css2 or css2 compliant. It will not alyaws show Css properly.

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