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Thread: [RESOLVED] Navbar Problem (simplified explanation)

  1. #1
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    Nov 2006

    resolved [RESOLVED] Navbar Problem (simplified explanation)


    In Firefox the text in the red menu doesn't fit inside the navbar. I can't figure out what to change to get it to work. In IE it works fine.... I'm a newbie and any help would be greatly appreciated.

  2. #2
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    Feb 2003
    Wales, UK
    actually it doesn't work in ie7 for me.

    Your code desperately needs attention!
    You start off with a head section which is fine.
    Then you open your body section. ok.
    Then you open another head section inside the body section. NOT GOOD!
    Then you close it. PHEW!
    Then you open ANOTHER body section?
    Then you close it to open another head section?
    Then you close 3 body sections....

    And to be honest, I give in.... lol

    Where you've specified the width of the li to be 10em, change that to something like 200px (do the calculations to work out what will take the menu right the way across the top, or use trial and error).

    Then I'd suggest you go to www.w3schools.com to learn about html - you should have one head section, containing all your css and scripts. Then you should have one body section containing all the page contents.

    I'm sorry that this has turned into a bit of a negative post, but whilst your design looks like it could be really good once you sort your code out, at the moment your code is really letting it down.


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