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css problem with ul menu @ IE7

Posted on 2008-10-06
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Hello experts.

I have created a menu like the one shown on images.

The problem is that after I visit a link it is not renders ok the menu,

I attach the images to see what is going on and the css & html code.

I need help please...


CSS
 

/* ---------------------- Greenslate nav ---------------------- */

#menu-container {

 display:block;

 float:left;

 width:720px;

 height:32px;

 margin-bottom:8px;

 margin-left:0px;

 margin-right:0px;

 margin-top:0px;

}

.green #mnu{position:relative;display:block;height:32px;width:720px;font-size:12px;font-weight:bold;background:transparent url(../images/bg_menu.gif) repeat-x top left;font-family:Arial,Verdana,Helvitica,sans-serif;}

.green #mnu ul{margin:0px;padding:0;list-style-type:none;width:auto;}

.green #mnu ul li{display:block;float:left;margin:0 1px 0 0;}

.green #mnu ul li a:link, .green #mnu ul li a:visited{display:block;float:left;color:#EEFFDF;text-decoration:none;padding:10px 10px 0 10px;height:28px;}

.green #mnu ul li a:hover,.green #menu ul li a.current{color:#fff;background:transparent url(../images/bg_menu_over2.gif) repeat-x top left;}

/*-------------------------------------------------------------*/
 

html
 

<div id="menu-container">

<div class="green">

<div id="mnu">

<ul>

 <li><a href="europe-foreign-language-school.php" >— "•ÅÁÎÀ·"</a></li>

 <li><a href="educational-enviroment.php" >•ºÀ±¹´µÅĹºÌ  µÁ¹²¬»»¿½</a></li>

 <li><a href="english.php" >‘³³»¹º¬</a></li>

 <li><a href="german.php" >“µÁ¼±½¹º¬</a></li>

 <li><a href="french.php" >“±»»¹º¬</a></li>

 <li><a href="ecdl.php" >ECDL</a></li>

 <li><a href="usefull-links.php" >£Í½´µÃ¼¿¹</a></li>

 <li><a href="contact-us.php" >•À¹º¿¹½É½¯±</a></li>

</ul> 

</div>

</div>

</div>

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Question by:netrinogr
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by:darkapple
ID: 22651500
have you tried giving fix width to .green #mnu ul like720px.
if problem persists
try giving negative margin to .green #menu for ie and 0px to mozilla.
the one with [class] is ignored by IE.
 

.green #mnu{

position:relative;

display:block;

height:32px;

width:720px;

font-size:12px;

font-weight:bold;

background:transparent url(../images/bg_menu.gif) repeat-x top left;

font-family:Arial,Verdana,Helvitica,sans-serif;

margin-top:-1px; /* try with different negative number */

} 
 
 

.green[class] #mnu{

margin-top:0px;

}

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netrinogr earned 0 total points
ID: 22657275
Thanks for you help.

That it turned out that I had to change the css code as shown below.

Thanks for the inspiration, though!!!
.green #mnu ul li a:link, .green #mnu ul li a:visited,.green #mnu ul li a:active{

display:block;

float:left;

color:#EEFFDF;

text-decoration:none;

padding:10px 10px 0 10px;

height:28px;

font-size:12px; /*added this line */

margin:0px; /* added this line */

}

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