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    Making a list <ul> lay out horizontally instead of vertically (in IE)

    Hello,

    Can somebody take a shot a this? Basically everything is laying out fine in Chrome, Firefox and Safari, but if you go the IE side, you will see that the top menu is stacking vertically instead of horizontally. Here is a link:

    http://tinyurl.com/apfuep6

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    Hello BlackReef,
    Any time IE is not acting right where other browsers are, look to see if you have a valid DocType.

    See the link about DocTypes as well as the ones about validation in my signature line below.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Excavator View Post
    Hello BlackReef,
    Any time IE is not acting right where other browsers are, look to see if you have a valid DocType.

    See the link about DocTypes as well as the ones about validation in my signature line below.




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    Thanks Excavator - the file package that I am working on uses .ascx files (skin files), and I am not sure where the doctype statement would go.


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