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How an I distribute my links evenly on my nav bar?

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Head out to http://muscularchristianityonline.com/campus/about.php and notice the links on my nav bar, how they're bunched up in the left hand corner. I want to distribute them evenly along my nav bar. While I've played with several settings as far as margin and padding, I'm coming up short.

Any suggestions?
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On the #nav a add text-align:center;

Remove the width from #nav on line 459.

Then add width: 23%; to the #nav li
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Add the following styles:
To #nav (line #588 in the css file): width:100%;
To #nav li (line #483 in the css file) width: 25%; and margin-left: 0px;
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