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nav behavior issues

Thread began 8/19/2009 11:19 am by rick373876 | Last modified 9/02/2009 10:22 am by rick373876 | 1912 views | 3 replies


nav behavior issues

Thanks for your response and help. I've been out of town so just saw the reply.

At this point is this fixable or should I start over? if it is fixable, could you direct me to a source that will walk me through the protocol to repair?


Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  You have created the problem by moving all of the menu css into the main.css file.

There are three files created by Menu writer.

menu.js - Contains javascript functions to combat some IE 6 and IE7 compatibility issues. Also contains functions for highlighting the top menu for the currant page.

menu.css - contains CSS For standards compliant browsers such as Fire Fox and Safari.

menu_ie.css - contains CSS for IE6 and under.

you have removed the menu.js file, removed the conditional comment that attaches the menu_ie.css file to IE6 and under and moved the css from both menu.css and menu_ie.css files to the main.css file.

by doing this, the css from the menu_ie.css is being used by all browsers, and so is the menu.css, this will cause conflicts in the css styles being applied.

You have also removed the javascript that initializes the menu.  

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