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CSS Problem - IE9

Posted on 2014-03-27
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For the site I am working on, the nav bar goes to a second line. I fixed this using padding in Chrome, but IE9 does not recognize my setting.

You can see how Testimonials is on the second line, it should be on the first line. I know that it has something to do with the .sf-menu class.

Any help is appreciated.

http://worthingtonremodeling.com/
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Now I have another problem, the site is no longer responsive!
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Fixed the errors, but IE9 is still misbehaving. The site is responsive again though.
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It happens in chrome too when the screen goes to 995px.  The menu does not change until it hits 782px.    One option is to add a media query for 995px and take down the left and right padding.
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