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Old 01-09-2007, 06:07 AM   #1
LoisWakeman
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Default CSS alignment problem

I'm trying to add a graphic "home" button to a navbar done as an inline list.

It's the alignment that's the problem: even with a non-breaking or other space kludged at one side of the image, the list item holding it is displaced vertically. I can't show you online as there is a router problem stopping me getting to my sites, but a screen shot, and code, is attached. I have fiddled about for most of the afternoon trying to fix it without success. Any flashes of inspiration, guys (and gals)? (I'll give in and have it as text if not, since I can't waste any more work time on such a tiny thing!)

It isn't the rollover as I tried taking that out.
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