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css menu alignment problem

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In IE9 the drop menu is pushed way over to the right,  Seems fine in other browsers.

How can I make it align properly in IE9 as it does in safari, ff, and chrome?

I`ve posted the url in an image because I dont`want it indexed in google.sample
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While you are fixing the errors, you might also try going to a strict doctype instead of transitional to make sure you keep IE out of quirksmode.

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First, make sure you don't have IE in compatibility mode which makes it behave as IE8.

You may also try using left: 0 instead of left: auto for the hovered state. Earlier versions of IE tend to use a relative position as the bottom right corner of the previous element rather than immediately under the previous element.
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hey! left:0 worked!

thanks
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