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Another IE6 problem (sub-menus)

Thread began 10/08/2009 3:32 pm by hearhear302530 | Last modified 11/10/2009 2:21 pm by hearhear302530 | 1423 views | 4 replies


Another IE6 problem (sub-menus)

I'm having a problem, only in IE6, of course, with sub-menus not working properly if the pages using them are not on the top level of the site (along with the CSS MenuWriter folders). As soon as you try to hover over them, they disappear. But there's a twist: on ONE of the pages at the top level the sub-menus are NOT working. I noticed on the one that isn't working, the <div> is labeled <div id="topNavigation">, while on the others that do work, the same <div> is labeled <div id="topNavigationMedium">.

Can you look at my test site and let me know, first, why the sub-menus aren't behaving properly in IE6 for any pages that aren't on the top level, and second, why the music.htm page (which is on the top level) is exhibiting the same behavior?

Home page is at:


Misbehaving music.htm page is at:



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