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    CSS IE vs FIREFOX

    I am a CSS n00b, and I know this question prolly flies around here left and right, but I am pulling hair out over here trying to get the correct justifications across IE and FIREFOX.

    Can any of you CSS guru's figure out why my nav and drop shadow container are all jacked up in IE?? I thought FIREFOX was golden, but then I just checked on a diff resolution and it's off too. *sigh
    All the necessary code is available in the source.

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    Danke!

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    How is it supposed to look in both browsers? It would help to know that....
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    Ah k, I got all the necessary content centered in IE and FIREFOX, but I am still having problems centering the navigation menu. If I add a margin in to center it with the rest of the objects, it distorts the page. Tried adding text-align:center; but that did not do the trick either .....any ideas??


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