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Level 2 menu disappears

Thread began 5/23/2010 10:00 pm by cgw374973 | Last modified 5/24/2010 8:02 pm by cgw374973 | 692 views | 2 replies |

cgw374973

Level 2 menu disappears

I'm trying to create a two level vertical menu using CSS Menu Writer. Everything has worked fine but when I move the cursor from the level-1 menu item to select one of its level-2 sub-items, the level-2 items disappear. Can you tell me what I have done wrong?

See "Business Fitness" menu item at fitness3.htm

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neilo

Hi CGW

The way it is at the moment, you would need a give the Level-1 menu a left position of 202px to prevent mousing over a gap and losing the level-1 items.

ul#cssmw ul.level-1 {
left: 202px;
}

This is so that the level-1 items sit immediately adjacent to the level-0 menu with no gaps between.

There are chunks of css that are remarked out, so if you change those again you may have to adjust the positioning again.

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cgw374973

Many thanks. So simple.

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