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Issue with side menu with spry collapsible panels in IE8

Posted on 2010-09-15
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I've been trying to search for solutions for this but have been pretty unsuccessful. In all other browsers including IE6 and 7 the site works fine.

The url for the site is: http://edugains.lfchosting.com/newsite2/math2/index.html

I've attached a picture of the other browser view and of the ie8 view.


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One too many </li> tags near line 142 of html. Guess I solved my own problem. IE8 was the only browser (firefox, safari, IE6 &7) that really noticed. I'll give myself zero points and call it a day.
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