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not working in IE6

Thread began 7/08/2009 1:58 pm by notjustaginger67 | Last modified 7/17/2009 9:51 am by notjustaginger67 | 1979 views | 5 replies


I managed to get the whole thing to work by removing all surrounding divs. Final result can be seen here: . It's not 100% right in IE6 but I think it's good enough. I am interested in learning more about how assigning and defining a class on a div would make any difference. For example, on the site above, the menu has a blue background the width of the design. I used a background image on the outer div to accomplish this but had originally placed a div with an id assigned and a background color that surrounded just the menu. And it would not work this way. Is there some restriction on wrapping a div around a CSS menu or does the method of assigning a class to div as describe in an earlier post solve the problem. Thanks for the input.

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