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    The joys of IE6 and a Horizontal Menu

    I'm not entirely sure or cant remember the proper code to get my footer menu which is image based to display properly in IE6. I think for the most part it works in firefox, Chrome, Ie7 etc but I can't get it to fit properly in IE6.

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    If you look at the site in IE6 and Firefox and look at the footer you can see what I'm talking about. There is supposed to be a space between the last logo and the others as Im waiting for two more to fill that gap. The problem is with IE6 it seems to be stacking on top of each other.

    I think I'm having a brain fart! It seems like a logical fix.

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    How do you even get IE6? xD Its so ooold, can't find a version anywhere (need for coding purposes, I don't find "browsershots.org" that good)

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    Microsoft virtual PC and then they offer a VM that is windows xp with Internet Explorer 6.

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    IE6 Image

    heres hoping it works so someone can help me

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    Sorry for bumping this was hoping someone could help me out with this.

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    If you look at the site in IE6 and Firefox and look at the footer you can see what I'm talking about. There is supposed to be a space between the last logo and the others as Im waiting for two more to fill that gap. The problem is with IE6 it seems to be stacking on top of each other.
    Your approach to make a horizontal list is bad. You may either set display:inline; or float:left; to the list items. Then after you don't need to have all those absolute positions applied on the anchors.
    The Dream is not what you see in sleep; Dream is the thing which doesn't let you sleep. --(Dr. APJ. Abdul Kalam)


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