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EI vs. Firefox viewing issue

Thread began 2/09/2010 11:49 am by drubin312804 | Last modified 2/09/2010 3:15 pm by drubin312804 | 980 views | 2 replies |


EI vs. Firefox viewing issue

Ok, you've probably heard this before but....

On the home page of the following site:


How come the bullet images don't seem to be showing up in IE, but they are fine in FF.

Also in these pages in the portfolio section:


how come I can't get the thumbnail spacing in IE to look like the one in FF

Thanks in advance.

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For the bullet in IE7 (seems OK in IE8) you could try adding a list-style-position to the class:

.homeList {
list-style-image: url(../../images/home_pix/sq_bullet_14.gif);
list-style-position: inside;
line-height: 24px;
float: left;

Refresh the page to see if it 'takes'. It might be worth a try.

I can't see a problem with the thumbnail spacing in IE7 or 8 - what browser and version are you testing it in?

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You guys are great. adding "inside" brought out the bullets. Only problem in IE the bullets don't seem to line up with the text. Is there something for that?

BTW, I did a little image resize on the portfolio page and I was able to work out that problem. That must have happened before you looked at the page, that's why you didn't see the issue.

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