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Gap between menu/submenus (padding/margins don't get rid of it)

Thread began 6/26/2010 5:59 am by cldsk369146 | Last modified 6/26/2010 10:23 pm by cldsk369146 | 859 views | 6 replies

cldsk369146

Gap between menu/submenus (padding/margins don't get rid of it)

Hello, thanks for all the help with the forums, I am getting the hang of the Menu Writer, I am stuck on one more thing though. I have created my menu, have the links correct, but there is a big gap between my menu and the submenus that appeared after I played with the menu width. I tried messing with the padding and margins, but those don't seem to do anything for the gap. How can I get rid of the gap?
Thanks so much for your help!

www.olgteens.org shows the menu with the gap (sub menu located under "Programs")

I also uploaded my Menu Writer file, the template I created, and the index file.

On a side note: it seems I can only have this menu be a maximum of 150 pixels. I was hoping for 167, but anything beyond 150 just gives me an underscore line and a gap, instead of the background blue box.

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index.zip

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