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iOS display (iPad/iPhone) - slight tweak needed

Thread began 7/26/2011 4:09 am by Steve Day | Last modified 7/26/2011 10:24 am by Steve Day | 735 views | 1 replies

Steve Day

iOS display (iPad/iPhone) - slight tweak needed

Hello there,

I have used this menu system to display on iPad/iPhone before without issue, but this time my sub-level backgrounds don't seem to pop in after the first use.

I am using a single PNG file as background for the second level buttons concerned...

Do you have any possible cause or solution for this?

the site : www.penks.com

Many thanks,
Steve

ps. it is a full-size site, re-sizing for iOS via the 'webkit-' CSS rule ...if that's relevant!

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