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Last Updated: Thursday February 8 2018 - 06:02:43

Horizontal submenu offset problem (bug ?)

Poster: iteams
Dated: Sunday April 28 2002 - 14:49:44 BST

I put togheter a horizontal menu system and I'm having a slight problem.

The menu is currently at

This page is cut up into several includes so I hope it's not too complicated.

I have two horizontal bars, each 600px wide. They both align perfectly underneath eachother and they are seperated by their colors.

The first time you do a rollover on any menu item, everything is aligned perfectly, but the second time everything shifts to the left.
Depending on screensize this is sometimes more clear.

This is aparantly only a problem with horizontal submenus, I changed the last menu item to vertical and it always aligns at the correct offset, the horizontal submenus seem to forget their offset.

Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong ?

any help is welcome,

Re: Horizontal submenu offset problem (bug ?)

Poster: Andy
Dated: Monday April 29 2002 - 6:15:31 BST

I noticed a similar action happening in a frame set up on a vertical menu also. It is ever so slight but nonetheless happening. When rolling the mouse over the level 1 frame the level 2 frame (sub menu) shifts down a bit. It only happens on the first rollover and after that it remembers its spot. Just thought I'd get my two cents in. Cya.

Re: Horizontal submenu offset problem (bug ?)

Poster: peter __at__
Dated: Monday April 29 2002 - 13:19:58 BST

So, do you think it is a bug or something we did wrong ?

I have been going over the configuration a lot of times now and can't figure out what is causing this.
It's really strange that the first time you roll over it's perfect and only happens the second time...