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PixelBin says

First of all, here’s the link: http://www.enjoystilllife.com/aqua/index.html

I’m having some trouble with the slider. It works perfectly in Firefox 3.5, Safari, and Internet Explorer 8.

There are two problems in IE7 , IE6, and Firefox 3.0: the buttons don’t have the “pressed in” style when it’s on that certain slide, and IE6 is completely broken. If I disable Cycle, everything goes back to normal and it looks good, except for the fact that the slider doesn’t “slide” anymore.

Can anybody maybe take a quick glance at this and see what the problem is? I’ve looked at it for several hours already and can’t seem to find the problem.

Thanks a bunch!

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CreativeMilk says

IE 6 doubles the margin-left or margin-right value, i think that this is the problem

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PixelBin says
IE 6 doubles the margin-left or margin-right value, i think that this is the problem

Hmmm, I don’t think so because it just doesn’t use any of the styles I set. There’s a background property for the “features” list, which doesn’t appear.

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CreativeMilk says

Hmmm well i get these kind of bugs when i use to many width or to many maring-left/right, give every div a background color so you can see which one i the problem ;)

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