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Drop Down Level 1 Menu Disappears on Mouse Over Div Below

Thread began 1/27/2010 8:14 am by heather384148 | Last modified 4/15/2010 3:30 am by heather384148 | 7151 views | 11 replies

dave375361

I am having this exact same problem when testing on IE7. I thought it had to do with the flash file in the div below it, but I get the same result on any page I visit that has just a jpeg in the div below. I used MenuWriter on another site built with tables and did not have this problem so I know the problem lies with the interaction with the div.

Site with the problem:
www.espguitars.com

Site without problem:
www.sfdamp.com

Both use MenuWriter, but the difference is in how the sites are built. Any thoughts?

Edit:
I see the problem is not that there is a div underneath the nav div. The dropdown disappears when the mouse leaves the div that the navigation is in. I deleted everything on the page, leaving only the one navigation div and the problem still exists. If I extend the height of the div to a height greater than the height of the dropdowns, they will stay. Confusing...

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