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hi all

I have a jsp-based website. The initial layout of the page is correctly displayed both in FF and IE7.
However, when I refresh only a part of the page (e.g. a single jsp, using AJAX), the layout of one of the jsp-s gets screwed - it moves down a little.
If I remove a <form> tag from one of the jsp pages (not the one, which refreshes), this problem does not occur any more. However, I need the <form> and cannot afford to skip it.

Recently I had a similar problem: one of my .jsp-s contained a list:
<ul>
<li>...</li>
<li>...</li>
</ul>

and only after an asynchronous refresh, it got screwed in IE. In order to avoid this, I had to transform it into:
<ul>
<span>...</span>
<span>...</span>
</ul>

I'm really curious what could be the solution in this case!?!?!?!

looking forward to any suggestions
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