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IE6 bug: margin bottom gap in <li> tags

Posted on 2011-03-07
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This problem only exists in IE6.

In the link below, in IE6 there seems to be a margin bottom gap inserted in all <li> tags. Hence, the gap between each <li> tag is too big.

http://ndlrnstage.esa.edu.au/for_jurisdictions/resource_development_process/resource_development_process.html
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Chad Haney earned 500 total points
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Try using something like a yahoo reset css.  http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/reset/

Otherwise try explicitly setting your padding and margin on the li tags
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by:jeremyll
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Thanks, that's a useful tip.

When I removed 'display:block' in .left-nav ul li a all the gaps disappeared, but it's too close.
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