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  • I’m trying to add spaces between the different menus without going and using Breaks or inserting blank lists for IE. How do I get into the CSS to add padding underneath a menu. On my site, I have categories and archives on the right side of my menu. How do I add a padding underneath the entire category section and above the archive section so it looks like a space. I would also need to do the same to the menu list on the left such as between weather, and links. Also, how do I get into my links to edit the CSS inside there since it’s all being handled by wordpress through the links option. I want a space between e-mail and links if possible. I want my site to look like it does on IE in firefox. Thanks!

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  • Mark (podz)


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    It will never look identical.
    For spacing, try
    menu ul {
    margin-top: 20px;
    or menu ul {
    padding-bottom: 20px
    If you want varying spaces, you will have to add them specifically.
    Study the css that styles each link area over at the link and see how they are applied.
    If you are using FF, the EditCSS extension helps hugely in being able to play with CSS.

    What you need are the CSS selectors for the categories. In this case archives and categories themselves. I have published an article and my blog contains an example on this very subject

    cool thanks!

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