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javascript aligns funny on xp

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Hi,

I have a few problems with a menu in Javascript, using CSS, that only
happens with XP and IE.

http://www.emptyeverynight.net/work.html

The part of the menu that is being written by the Javascript begins after
the 'About' button (from 'Web' - 'Warp'), and at the moment that part of the
menu is way out of alignment. What's more--all the submenu images have a gap
in-between them compared with non XP computers.

Does anyone have any tips why the code is acting so funny on XP?

Thanks
Luke
Sep 21 '05 #1
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luke <l.***************@e.m.l(dot)c.c> wrote:
The part of the menu that is being written by the Javascript begins after
the 'About' button (from 'Web' - 'Warp'), and at the moment that part of the
menu is way out of alignment. What's more--all the submenu images have a gap
in-between them compared with non XP computers. Does anyone have any tips why the code is acting so funny on XP?


Get thee to

http://validator.w3.org/

and create well-formed HTML first. The presence or absence of a DTD
can make an enormous difference in how a page looks.

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