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CSS Menu position of text with padding and overflow

Hi experts!

I've made a CSS menu.

{The menu contains: no images; !important}

I would like to position my text close to the bottom in my list-items as in example 02 and 03.

At the moment example 02 is the closest to what i want, but i can't do it without the padding and "overflow:hidden" commands.

I have this strange voice inside telling me "it's not pure enough". It validates fine and everything, but still... HIDDEN. Is that ok, or?

Is there a way to position (link) text indside a list-element without the use of padding,overflow, hidden and all that jazz?

Stylesheet is here.
May 11 '07 #1
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Not off the top of my head. If it's worth the effort, you could make the box a separate element on top of the text.
May 11 '07 #2

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