I needed to bump up my nav bar higher on the page so I added a -80 margin to the "ul#nav " property. Now, the drop downs for crankshaft and crankcase and really high. I tried adding a margin to "li ul li a" to bring them down but it didn't work. Any ideas? darkhorse.css index.html
For me a link is always preferable. I can spen an hour digging through code to find something I can discover in 5 minutes with a diagnostic.
Your problems starts with invalid code in the form of duplicate
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