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Last Updated: Saturday July 14 2012 - 06:07:09

wigg'n out on mac ie 5.2

Poster: hotrodd3322
Dated: Friday September 26 2003 - 0:16:56 BST

I bought one of the menus and I love the look. However it's not working too well on mac and I absolutely need it to work. Does anybody know what I did wrong? Is it because I embedded it in a table? You can find it at . Any help is appreciated. THANKS

~Editted by Hergio: URL was bad, fixed now.

Poster: Hergio
Dated: Friday September 26 2003 - 2:09:18 BST

I dont have a Mac, so I can't see it. Can you describe what the problem is on the mac so I can look through your trying to find something that might becausing your problem. One little thing though, see . You are in the same boat ( although I dont see the same problem, but it might help stop whatever it is that happenin')

P.S. Absolutely AWESOME that you purchased a menu, so glad to hear it! Welcome to the club. We really do appreciate it!

Poster: John
Dated: Friday September 26 2003 - 2:32:25 BST

Exactly what is it that's not working? I just looked at it under OS X/Safari and can't see a problem. The menus are there, the subs drop, etc.

More info is needed - your OS, browser, problem, etc.

Poster: Maz
Dated: Friday September 26 2003 - 14:39:54 BST

Now I can see it.

The only problem is scroll activates the first time but not later. If your final submenu won't be that long take off scroll, if you do need it did you download the menu recently?

It looks like the rest of the page is not complete yet, remember you have 2 columns, after the menu you have 3 columns.

(mac IE 5.1.7)


Poster: hotrodd3322
Dated: Friday September 26 2003 - 19:47:18 BST

Hey guys,
Sory about the late reply...I was checking my email for a reply confirmation but never got one. Anyways, Max I'm not sure if I understand you. My problem is the sub menu don't align properly relative to the menus.
On another note, is there a way I can re-write the code to incorporate different graphics for each menu heading? (ie. arrow.gif for "CONTACT" and arrow2.gif for "LOCATIONS".)

Poster: Maz
Dated: Friday September 26 2003 - 23:51:29 BST

Set your submenus here


There are images and subimages, take a look at the menu samples on the main site.



If your menus aren't long remove "scroll".
your tables look muddled.

<td></td><td></td>2 rows
<td></td><td></td><td></td>3 rows


Poster: John
Dated: Saturday September 27 2003 - 6:54:50 BST

What exactly is your Mac setup? I don't see any alignment problems with your subs.