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Jar says

Here

Alright, I need to get your opinions on one specific issue… Do you think the little navigation icon below the current page is good or bad? Does it add enough uniqueness to fully make sense leaving it on the page, or is too ‘off’?

I’m thinking maybe I should just take it off and leave it as just being ‘white’ for current page.

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furto says

I saw this on the forums a while a go and that little icon was definately the first thing i noticed, but I like it!

I think it is definately different and and that is a good thing. It looks great too, i say leave it.

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Jar says

Alright thank you. I will keep it.

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Jar says

I don’t think it’s necessary to make a whole new thread for this, but can anybody help me figure out how to get the dropdown text to align left? I’ve tried adding text-align: left; to just about everything but I can’t seem to get it to work right, which is completely bizarre IMO . I’ve spent the past half hour just on this little thing. :O

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Shellbot says

A quick look with Firebug shows this:

#nav li a {
display:block;
height:30px;
line-height:24px;
<strong>text-align:center;</strong>
text-decoration:none;
}
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Shellbot says

Bah, never posted code here before

[Edited: You can use the ‘pre’ tags :) – Ivor]

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Jar says

I know, that’s for the navigation area that isn’t a drop down; ie the first level. I’ve tried setting li ul li to text-align: left; which isn’t working.

edit: got it! going further to ‘li ul li a’ worked. >.<

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