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IE problem with unordered list

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I have a website at This Link which contains some unordered lists at the right. The news headlines list has the first item appearing normally, but all the other items are pushed over to the right. Other than the first item being one line instead of two, I don't see any difference in the other lines.

Why would only IE do this (even v.7) but not Firefox or Safari? Since it's in an Ajax div, I can't view the page source code.

I'm using code from Sitepoint to read the news feed.
Oct 12 '07 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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Why would only IE do this (even v.7) but not Firefox or Safari? Since it's in an Ajax div, I can't view the page source code.
Internet Explorer, all versions, is the worst browser on the planet. It's nine years behind web standards and buggy.

I don't have my windows box available but look into the margins/padding of .homeyR and '.homeyR ul'. IE likes to put extra margins/padding where there is none.
Oct 12 '07 #2
webhead
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Internet Explorer, all versions, is the worst browser on the planet. It's nine years behind web standards and buggy.
Amen.

I don't have my windows box available but look into the margins/padding of .homeyR and '.homeyR ul'. IE likes to put extra margins/padding where there is none.
Everything I try with margin and padding only affects the whole list and doesn't change the relative distance between the first line and the rest.

It's got to have something to do with the news reader, I'm guessing, since only that list is bad and the normal list above it ('local websites')is okay.
Oct 12 '07 #3

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