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slight styling issue on navigation

Posted on 2011-03-13
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Hi I have a slight issue with a dropdown on this test site http://cr8tivejuice.cloudaccess.net
if you go to product dropdown and hover over products it's like there is some padding or something somewhere making each <li>'s height increase.

I've looked and looked but can't find the offending css

Can anyone advise?

Thanks in advance.
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If you eliminate the height specification from #hornav ul li:hover, #hornav ul li.active in navigation.css it appears the problem goes away.
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Awesome thank you :-)
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