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Thread began 3/09/2011 12:35 am by john.hinds8802419941 | Last modified 6/02/2011 11:24 am by john.hinds8802419941 | 2622 views | 17 replies


Maybe there is a light at the end of the tunnel

Hi all,

(1) Earlier, Jason recommended changing the LEFT parameter in the file: CSSMenuWriter/cssmw0/menu.css

(2) Recently, Neilo recommended changing the LEFT parameter in the file:
CSSMenuWriter/cssmw10/menu.css The suggestion by Neilo did seem to resolve the issue.

(3) Interestingly, using the Web Developer tool with Firefox, I cannot find the file CSSMenuWriter/cssmw0/menu.css on my server. I found two instances each of the following two files on my server: CSSMenuWriter/cssmw3/menu.css and CSSMenuWriter/cssmw10/menu.css.

(4) Does WebAssist have any documentation explaining the purposes of cssmw0, cssmw3, etc. folders and their contents? I think I would find it helpful to have some documentation on the various .css files explaining their purpose.

(5) I will now experiment with the cssmw0/menu.css and cssmw10/menu.css files to see if I need to edit the LEFT parameter in both files, or just the cssmw10/menu.css file.

Thank you, Jason and Neilo, for your excellent suggestions and advice. I'm sure that once I resolve this issue with the menus overlapping, the pain will go away (at least until I hit another wall)! :)

Best regards,


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