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cross-browser word alignment problem

Can some one tell how, on this page http://s195679515.onlinehome.us/KSER/index.html,
to get the word/link ABOUT (at the end of the top nav menu) to be
aligned correctly and consistantly between IE7, Safari, and Firefox?

Sep 5 '07 #1
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On 2007-09-05, gr***@kcls.org <gr***@kcls.orgwrote:
Can some one tell how, on this page http://s195679515.onlinehome.us/KSER/index.html,
to get the word/link ABOUT (at the end of the top nav menu) to be
aligned correctly and consistantly between IE7, Safari, and Firefox?
Lose line-height: 14px on the <li(kser.css line 107 according to
Firebug).
Sep 5 '07 #2
Ben C wrote:
On 2007-09-05, gr***@kcls.org <gr***@kcls.orgwrote:
>Can some one tell how, on this page http://s195679515.onlinehome.us/KSER/index.html,
to get the word/link ABOUT (at the end of the top nav menu) to be
aligned correctly and consistantly between IE7, Safari, and Firefox?

Lose line-height: 14px on the <li(kser.css line 107 according to
Firebug).
Another error

#programming {
width:172px;
height:26;
^
26 What? Missing units.

Also be aware your *px* design has a profound problem that you will see
by bumping the font up a bit. See in Firefox "CTRL +" on Windows|Linux
platforms (not sure what it on a Mac) And you will be very disappointed
on how it looks on MSIE: Programming, POLITICAL FORUMS ON..., Blogs, Van
Ramsey The Dawg, line up horizontally *under* your "The 2007 KSER
Foundation Fundraiser" grey block!

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Take care,

Jonathan
-------------------
LITTLE WORKS STUDIO
http://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
Sep 6 '07 #3
Jonathan N. Little wrote:
>On 2007-09-05, gr***@kcls.org <gr***@kcls.orgwrote:
>>http://s195679515.onlinehome.us/KSER/index.html

be aware your *px* design has a profound problem that you will see
by bumping the font up a bit.
And you will be very disappointed
on how it looks on MSIE
FWIW, I mentioned these same things yesterday in response to a post from
"alice" about this same page. They don't seem to care that the design is
generally broken. :(

--
Berg
Sep 6 '07 #4
Bergamot wrote:
Jonathan N. Little wrote:
>>On 2007-09-05, gr***@kcls.org <gr***@kcls.orgwrote:
http://s195679515.onlinehome.us/KSER/index.html
be aware your *px* design has a profound problem that you will see
by bumping the font up a bit.
And you will be very disappointed
on how it looks on MSIE

FWIW, I mentioned these same things yesterday in response to a post from
"alice" about this same page. They don't seem to care that the design is
generally broken. :(
Alice, Greg, well maybe the third person will get a clue, eh? Once can
only hope.

--
Take care,

Jonathan
-------------------
LITTLE WORKS STUDIO
http://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
Sep 6 '07 #5

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