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In Ie6 onload the bubble on top link background is cutoff. Only part of the sprite image is showing off. All other browsers are perfect. Not sure what is problem.

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by:Chad Haney
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Looks like the margin-right is not working out properly.  If you zoom in on firefox, there is a sliver of space between the images, but if you cut down from 29px to 28px you will get an overlap of the images.

Try using this as well, placed under the current margin right.
_margin-right: 28px;


.lavaLampWithImage li.back .left {
	background: url(../images/bubble.png) no-repeat 0px -1px;
	_background: url(../images/bubble.png) no-repeat 0px -1px;
	height: 65px;
	min-width:inherit;
	margin-right: 29px; /* 7px is the width of the rounded shape */   /*this seems to be where your issue lies*/
}

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Onload time IE6 still shows the bubble image is cutoff amd aligned to left.
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