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  1. Well, that did it! That was so easy too. This is basically the markup that fixed it and it seems to work in all browsers so far. .sub {background-image:url(../images/list.png);background-repeat:no-repeat;background-position:right;display:block;}.sub:hover {background-image:url(../images/list-hover.png);background-repeat:no-repeat;}
  2. The background images are now actually appearing but it's moving the entire list item over. I'm thinking it has something to do with using #nav li .sub as the markup to display the background images. This way is pushing list items in the #nav id to the left along with the background images. I tried position:relative and position:absolute Should I be placing the background-image markup in a different tag?
  3. The only elements that have a display: block are: #nav li:hover > ul {display:block;z-index:100;}#nav li ul li, #nav li ul li a {float:none;}#nav li ul li a {width:150px;display:block;}
  4. Scratch that, it's also not working in Firefox. It's appearing above the list items and their background when I do a list style as if there was some list-style-position:top outside property. However nothing shows up at all when I do that same tag as a background-image tag. So frustrating...
  5. I tried adding it as a "background-image" but for some reason it's just not showing up on any browser. I've tried .sub {background-image:url(../images/list.png);#nav .sub {background-image:url(../images/list.png);
  6. Internet Explorer (even 9) has been nothing but a royal and complete pain in the *** thus far. I finally got a dropdown menu working via CSS and it works great in Firefox and Chrome. However! There's one major problem.. When ever I add a list-style-image or even a list-style-type tag, it appears above everything in Internet Explorer. I'll post the code below, and if anyone can figure out this problem or how to fix it i'll sign my soul to you. PLEASE READ: To see the list effects, I have only added them to two areas at the moment. Diablo 3's "Class Guide" menu and the sub-menu "Barbarian" shou
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