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Last Updated: Thursday February 8 2018 - 06:02:37

Menu overlap with text & images


Poster: Ken|x
Dated: Wednesday October 23 2002 - 10:43:16 BST

The menu overlaps with my text i.e. my text is hiding behind the menu. What must I do to let my text be below the menu?


Poster: dschneller
Dated: Wednesday October 23 2002 - 11:43:43 BST

Hi,
you must change the 2. and 3. parameter of the function addmenu in your menu_array.js file.
- The second parameter is the Menu Top - The Top position of this menu in pixels
- The third parameter is the Menu Left - The Left position of this menu in pixels

:) from Germany


Poster: Ken|x
Dated: Wednesday October 23 2002 - 13:28:41 BST

what i mean is, my menu is already in the correct position but there is no way i can place my other stuff (like text and images) under the menu. They are always behind the menu.


Poster: dschneller
Dated: Wednesday October 23 2002 - 14:09:22 BST

Hi,
I'am understanding now!
You must add target=_self or target=_blank or target=yourFrameName
like:

,"Links","http://www.geocities.com/kenix_mun/links.html target=_self",,"Sites I Frequent",1

See also: http://www.milonic.co.uk/menu/faq.php#l10

I hope it helps :)


Poster: timmyboy
Dated: Wednesday October 23 2002 - 15:25:44 BST

I belive the problem is that, at least on the example page the poster has up, the copyright text is under the menu (change the text size to the largest size and you'll see the text.)

One way that I've kept my information from interfering with the menu is to make a table with a top cell that is the height/width of the menu. (with the top cell I just added a nbsp to make it one line high which should be enough to view your text.)

You could also put in a couple <br> tags before any text to nudge it down a bit.

Take care,
~ tim <><


Poster: Ken|x
Dated: Wednesday October 23 2002 - 15:48:59 BST

Thanks for all the help!