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Why are my UL li bullets displaying oddly in IE and Opera ?

http://www.bengisfineart.com/index.html

I'm noticing that in these 2 browsers, my square UL bullets are displaying over the top of the certificate image that's left aligned at the top of the page.  However, this isn't happening when viewing the page in Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.  Why is this happening, and what should I modify in my CSS so I can fix this?

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- Yvan
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Add to your css

ul {
overflow:hidden
}

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That worked -- thanks so much!

- Yvan
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