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I.E. issues with sub-category menu items

Thread began 10/16/2010 10:22 am by sandy170299 | Last modified 10/16/2010 11:33 pm by sandy170299 | 507 views | 3 replies

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I.E. issues with sub-category menu items

On certain pages of my web site, sub-menus are not accessible. They are viewable, but they cannot be clicked.

For example:

On this page, contactus.php, when you mouse over Schools - Woodbury Predators, you can't click the Hockey link.

From this page, Support.php, when you mouse over Schools, the East Ridge sub-menu is visible, but we are unable to click any of the sub-menu links.

From this page, index2.php, the same thing happens with the East Ridge menu.

Occasionally, I am able to click the sub-menus, but not very often. Is there a z-index setting I should change somewhere?

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