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    Post IE7 bug - misalignment of floated divs

    This probably has something to do with width or improper use of floats. I have already began discussing this on another thread but because the original problem I posted about was resolved I am making this one to be organized.

    The website is http://www.whitehillenergy.com (I am doing this page as a family favor)

    Any ideas why the logo is dropping a level below? Is this due to width or improper handling of floats?

    Thanks in advance for any help!
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    Try this:

    Code:
    .nav UL.nav {
           /*width: 710px;*/
    }
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    Hmm okay it knocked my slider out of whack but fixed the problem! :P Should I start another thread to fix the slider? LOL! Thanks btw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckydog2011 View Post
    Hmm okay it knocked my slider out of whack but fixed the problem! :P Should I start another thread to fix the slider? LOL! Thanks btw!
    In what way? The image gallery appears to be the same for me in IE7, 8 and 9 and FF.
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    It appears to be pulled out of the div, I see a black background where the slideshow usually appears with the slideshow lifted off of it.

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    Thats how it looked to me before. I thought maybe you wanted it that way.

    You can add some top margin to your slider-item style. 50px seems to work when I tried it.
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    Wait, are you telling me you can actually try these things out with firebug? Yeah that worked perfectly! Thanks!

    By the way, do I set these threads to resolved or do I wait for a mod to do it?
    Last edited by luckydog2011; 01-04-2012 at 11:09 PM. Reason: Just felt like it :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckydog2011 View Post
    Wait, are you telling me you can actually try these things out with firebug? Yeah that worked perfectly! Thanks!

    By the way, do I set these threads to resolved or do I wait for a mod to do it?
    Yes firebug. You can edit the source code, pick a specific element to view the html and css and much more. btw. not sure if its your script or a setting in my firefox, but it throws a js error.

    You can mark solved. Edit your original post and I think go advanced and the drop down gives the option to mark resolved.
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