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IE7 mis-placing menu bar and image

Posted on 2011-09-02
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This page works in all the browsers, however, in IE8 when I switch to the compatibliity view that shows what it looks like in IE7 the dropdown menu and the Lincoln image move down.  How can I stop it from doing this?

http://insurance.illinois.gov/newdefault/newdefaultflat.asp
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Before you do anything more, I would definitely implement a reset CSS file. This will help level the playing field and could possibly fix your problems with IE 7.

http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/css/reset/
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Eternal_Student earned 500 total points
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LZ1 is correct.

A quick fix would be this:

.TopNavLine {width:auto;}
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Thanks guys!
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Thanks
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