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Adobe Contribute adds CSS to locked regions messing up menus

Adobe Contribute adds CSS to locked regions messing up menus

Adobe Contribute adds CSS to locked regions messing up menus

I have noticed that Contribute CS5 repeatedly adds The following CSS to to the ul tags in my menus even though the menus do not reside in an editable region

The way the code should be:

<div id="navbar">
     <div id="p7PMM_1" class="p7PMMh09 p7PMMnoscript">
       <ul class="p7PMM">

The code after contribute adds its CSS:

<div id="navbar">
     <div id="p7PMM_1" class="p7PMMh09 p7PMMnoscript">
       <ul class="p7PMM" style="margin-bottom: 0">

This makes the menus misbehave big time.

Question: Has anyone else experienced this and if so can I do something when I make a Contribute key for the client to alleviate the situation..

Thank you so much in advance.

Betsy Wallace

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