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Missing Elements in menu when viewed with IE7

Thread began 5/10/2010 12:50 pm by doug386134 | Last modified 5/14/2010 6:00 pm by Eric Mittman | 736 views | 3 replies |

doug386134

Missing Elements in menu when viewed with IE7

In IE 7 the only links that appear are the top level and the last level. The levels in between disappear. However, the menu works fine in IE 8. The site is blue-water-marine.com. I read other posts and they didn't quite tell me what may be causing the problem. The sample shown did not match the code on my css file.

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Eric Mittman

It looks like there is a specific part of the js code that is doing this on your page. Open up the CSSMenuWriter > cssmw_home > menu.js. In this file look for the following code on line 42:

if (this.browser.isLteIE7) {



Update this line to be like this:

if (this.browser.isIE6) {



When I tried this it seemed to get the menu working correctly for me. Please give this a try to see if it fixes the problem you are experiencing.

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doug386134

You da man!

Worked perfect. I appreciate the help and so does the client. Thanks.

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Eric Mittman

Thanks for that, I'm glad it worked out. I'm not sure why this was resulting in the issue with the missing menu items but if it provides the correct result I'm glad.

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