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Horizontal navigation displays as vertical in ie6

Thread began 3/12/2009 9:51 pm by jules.webb286095 | Last modified 7/17/2009 7:06 am by jules.webb286095 | 6773 views | 12 replies


Hi Ray

I know the direct path from the root level shouldn't contain the ../ ---but since the page is a template I created in Dreamwearver CS3 it adds that to the path, appropriately so from the template folder, but it remains on the files created from the template. The path does work, I just double checked it again by adding a dispaly inline to ul#cssmw ul which makes the child links show inline instead of block.

If you want to see a page without the ../ go to: test.php
It isn't connected to any template and the link used is href="aa_css/global_ie6.css" ----the results are the same.

Do you have any other ideas?

Thanks for your time!


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