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Dropdown Menu in newly created subsite loses it's cellpadding / style?? CSS change, why?

Posted on 2010-08-31
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Hey experts.

I had just created a subsite in which I had used the exact site theme as the parent however for some odd reason it seems the cellpadding ( css ) in the nav menu is altered as well as some minute differences in fonts and styling. Please see image.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

SharePoint 2007
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Question by:colonelblue
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can you provide the source?
or if you use something like firebug, IE dev tools, or chrome dev tools you can see what masterpage and css files the classes are coming from to help troubleshoot.
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Have tou applied your own styling, and if so where have you put the css, masterpages?
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Sorry I tried to use multiple points but it would not let me for some odd reason.
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