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CSS styling issues in IE7

Posted on 2011-09-21
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Hi,

A while back i fixed an issue i had on my website nav in IE7 at www.bluebean.org.uk. basically the problem was that my social links disappeared when in IE7. I was told to remove the zoom;1 from #megaMenu and add it to the #access-container. This worked however it also messed around with my nav, so now when you hover over it the margin seems to disappear.

Hope you can help

Andy
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by:Eyal
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I don't see any problem in IE7, are you sure there is a problem?

note: I have used IE7 mode in IE8
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by:Andy6350
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I am viewing it in IE8 using compatibility mode. When the website loads up it looks all fine with the nav container having a left margin of 118px. However when i hover over any menu item the nav bar shoots across to the left as if the margin no longer exists

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try to change margin-left to padding-left
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by:Andy6350
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worked a treat, thank you
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