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Taken From The Forum: Archived Topics for the old Version 3.0 JavaScript Menu
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Last Updated: Saturday July 14 2012 - 06:07:23

horizontal menu problem (only IE)

Poster: bl4z
Dated: Sunday July 27 2003 - 11:04:58 BST

well i got page inside oracle portal with several menus (1 horizontal and meny vertical)

in Mozzila 1.3 and 1.4 everything works fine but not in IE version 5 and 6 where i see only vertical menus .... i even tryed sample21 from milonic page and it doesnt show horizontal menu ...

vhen i chaneg tah in horizontal menu to vertical i see menu fine ... but vertical menu is not sutable here

well the problem i think is with "not good" html structure, coz oracle portal is adding html header so i made 1 clean version where menu works fine also in IE so finaly my quastion is: is there any workaround with this "badly structured" html files:

menu.htm is oracle produced page
menu_clean.htm is manualy cleaned page

tnx 4 tips

Poster: bl4z
Dated: Tuesday July 29 2003 - 17:32:31 BST

ok since no1 replayed i digged deeper into problem and found the "thing"

the problerm was, that i included files js files in <table> but when clse header table and include js in the body everything worked fine

i found solution after reading this posts: ... /0250.html ... /0251.html

gg all, cu nxt time :P

Poster: bl4z
Dated: Tuesday July 29 2003 - 17:38:42 BST

>Possible improper placement of <script> tag
>The next 9 warnings are all the same issue: I am using a JavaScript
>"subroutine" inside a table;

TABLE cannot contain SCRIPT.  It can only contain (directly or indirectly
DEL, or comments.

If you're going to use a SCRIPT to generate table rows, the SCRIPT will
have to generate the entire TABLE.

>I gather that this is not a valid thing to do, but I looked all over the
>W3C site and could not find it documented:

Try the DTD itself.  <> is as
forgiving a DTD as you'll find (though HTML Tidy still doesn't support that
particular DTD).