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Old 01-10-2009, 10:12 PM   #1
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Default CSS input for inline <ul> width

Hey, folks,

Doing a favor for a down-sized friend and could use some input on the CSS for the nav buttons.


What I need is a way to set the width of the buttons to an even size. Some of the text is changing, so the buttons will shrink. But no width attribute I've tried has had any effect on the display.

I'd post the code here, but I'm assuming anyone here with an answer uses Firefox and would prefer to look at the live site.



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