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CSS Menu Writer 2 IE 6 woes

Thread began 11/23/2009 1:48 pm by matt393097 | Last modified 11/25/2009 8:10 pm by matt393097 | 2403 views | 6 replies


CSS Menu Writer 2 IE 6 woes

Hi all, is the website talked about.

First time post so I'll be available for further explanations of whatever I forget to include...

So, I uploaded a website I created for a client using Dreamweaver CS4. Naturally, I built my horizontal navigation menu with Menu Writer 2. It seems to work on all browsers just fine, but I am getting a horrendous eye sour of a menu in Internet Explorer 6. On the homepage, it goes completely awry... You have to see it to believe it: Also, there's a more minor but still intolerable looking effect on the other pages.

Please, help. I have spent too much time making this website great to be sunk by IE 6!

Thanks in advance for any contributions. I appreciate it and look forward to helping the community where I can.


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