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How can I get this altered select box to display inline correctly?

Posted on 2015-02-24
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Head out to http://brucegust.com/test.

In the first example, you see my altered select box with a custom arrow. Dig it! I want to display that inline, like what I have in the second example. Problem is, you'll see that when I add "display:inline;" I lose my custom arrow.

How can I preserve my custom arrow and still display my select box "inline?"
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Chris Stanyon earned 500 total points
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Change your display:inline to display:inline-block;
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That'll do it!

Thanks, Chris!
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