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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 - 06:07:41

Menu placement with Firefox and Netscape

Poster: bassman
Dated: Wednesday June 8 2005 - 21:45:24 BST


I'm evaluating a trial version (5.42)at ... tage05.htm
It works fine in IE, but in Firefox v.1. the menu is located too far to the left and the submenus are behind the main menu. In Netscape V.6 the main menu is located where it should be, but the sub menus are not. Can the menu be fine tuned to appear exactly where it should be in all browsers, or shoud I construct the page differently?


Poster: Ruth
Dated: Wednesday June 8 2005 - 22:46:37 BST


You need to get the newest release, there was a fix done on something.

Then remove the menu calls out of the div. You've got the Milonic info, then the div tag and the call for the menus inside it, get it out of there. Put the calls right at the end of the Milonic comment and before the div. Then go to your stylesheet and add
then set the main menu at left=84; That should place it with the left border of the menu at the left border of that back%20ground etc, image.

It works in Netscape, Firefox and IE. Remember when you're doing your divs that you set the browsers auto margins at 0. The reason the positions don't look the same in different browsers is that their built in margins are different. I always set the body tag margin in css to 0 that makes them all have the same margin at the start.