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    Another one of those "works in FF, not IE" threads

    Wow, didn't realize how many people's webpages don't work in IE. Well, that is my case too. Anyway, I was just wondering what creates a small bit of white space in IE, yet does not pop up in Firefox. The website is here, and the style sheet is here.

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    I'm going to assume that extra space to the left of your nav_container. This is a bug in IE known as the double margin bug, it occurs when you add a left or right margin to an element that is floated left or right. Add this to your CSS
    Code:
    * html #nav_container {
    display:inline;
    }


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