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Taken From The Forum: Help & Support for DHTML Menu Version 5+
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Last Updated: Saturday July 14 2012 - 06:07:25

alignement problem with ie & mozilla

Poster: Peter Jecker
Dated: Tuesday June 8 2004 - 21:19:54 BST

im taking care of the website of an art school ( ) where your menu was used.
I upgraded to the newer version but now i have some alignement problems with ie6 and mozilla 1.7b, but strangly its ok with netscape 4.7...

the problem is the following, for all the submenu which are NOT alwaysvisible, i have a shift of position of 10px in X and Y (the submenu appear 10px too low, and 10px too much left). I temporarily fixed the problem by removing 10px from the top value and adding 10px to the left value. But now it look bad in netscape 4.7 (its now too high and too much right there).

all the menu which are set as alwaysvisible are correctly positionned.

the menu config file is there

any idea whats the problem is?


Poster: Maz
Dated: Wednesday June 9 2004 - 6:02:45 BST

It may work best to 0 the top submenu positions and then use this:


in the submenu style, to be clear that's right after style=


Poster: Peter Jecker
Dated: Wednesday June 9 2004 - 20:56:46 BST

thanx for the tips
but i wasnt able to fix the problem
finally i decided to load a different menu config .js if the user use netscape 4.7 or 4.8, its not very pretty but it work, so problem solved, somehow.