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ASP.net Problem building Menu

Posted on 2013-11-18
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I am trying to build my ASP.net menu using button images that I created in Photoshop.
The image below shows what I have so far. I put the same image behind the "Home" and "About" page. I can't understand why there is a gap between the two buttons.
Also, I put a second darker image in the PopOutImageUrl, thinking that this would appear
on a click or mouse hover, but this doesn't happen. I am not sure why.


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Make padding and margin as 0 (zero) between menu items and if they are added next to each other then make it inline (in a single line).
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Thanks very much
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