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I have created a horizontal tab men

I have created a horizontal tab men

I have created a horizontal tab men

I have created a horizontal tab menu for my site but the CSS class does ot work properly. I can change the font size and color but borders, background-coor and padding doesn't work. I have exactly the same code on another site which works fine. Any ideas?

Here is my code


CODE -->

.tabs {
	.tab {
	border:solid 1px black;
	padding:2px 10px;
	.selectedTab {
	border-bottom:solid 1px white;

ASP.Net Menu Code:

CODE -->

		<asp:MenuItem Text="Merchants" Value="0" Selected="True"></asp:MenuItem>
		<asp:MenuItem Text="Offers" Value="1"></asp:MenuItem>
		<asp:MenuItem Text="Categories" Value="2"></asp:MenuItem>
        <asp:MenuItem Text="Sub Categories" Value="3"></asp:MenuItem>

The CSS class .tabs works for the Menu item but the .tab class and the .selectedTab class do not work. As I said above though, I can change the font in the .tab class but not much else.

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RE: I have created a horizontal tab men

Please post the final rendered HTML rather than the ASP that builds it, as CSS would affect the HTML only.

As a way to start debugging however, I'd try looking in firebug if you have it installed for any browser to make sure what CSS is being applied to the menu.

Phil AKA Vacunita
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