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Questionhow to Calculate the first screen web page render time Pinmemberjeansea27-Mar-12 16:49 
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Questionwhy not split() string returned by Ajax method() in JavaScript Pinmemberbarackzhu27-Mar-12 5:01 
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QuestionA Favor, Please, From Any CSS Gurus Out There PinmemberRoger Wright26-Mar-12 19:24 
I'm building, at long last, a website for the company which my company acquired 3 years ago, and I'm not a website developer. In fact, I'm not much of a developer at all, unless you count black and white film. I'm pretty good at that, though it's been a while.
 
Working with Dreamweaver and the Spry MenubarVertical widget, I've got a menu working nicely in my browser of choice, Chrome. But in any version of IE, it sucks. I would appreciate it greatly if someone possessed of more wisdom than I would take a peek at www.rawright.net/fmtua/index.html[^] using a variety of browsers, but most importantly Internet Explorer, and post a few suggestions about making this thing behave and look more like it does in Chrome. Actually, it behaves just fine in IE, but the appearance just won't do. I've spent about 100 hours elephanting around with this, and I'm just driving myself nuts at this point.
 
Thank you in advance for any wisdom you have to impart to me...
Will Rogers never met me.

AnswerRe: A Favor, Please, From Any CSS Gurus Out There PinmemberDalek Dave26-Mar-12 22:05 
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