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Parts of sub menus hidden

Thread began 10/12/2010 3:55 pm by larry268887 | Last modified 10/13/2010 6:26 pm by larry268887 | 767 views | 6 replies |

larry268887

Parts of sub menus hidden

I've completed converting my popmenu magic menu to a css menuwriter menu. The only problem now is that submenus near the bottom of the page have part of the menu hidden.
My content area has the overflow as hidden. If I remove this statement then the menu is properly displayed but is messes up the layout of the website. I've attached all the pertinent files.

could you take a look and let me know what I doing wrong.

Thanks

Larry

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menu.zip
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Dani Chankhour

I'm missing the menu writer files.

If you have a link to the site, that would work too.

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larry268887

Link to Page with Menu

Here is the link to the page with the Menu.
Untitled-1.html

Thanks

Larry

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Dani Chankhour

Thanks.

Try removing the overflow:hidden.

and instead add clear:left to your clearFloat class.

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larry268887

made changes still not right

By removing the overflow hidden allows the menu to work correctly but then allows the footer to rise and not be in the right position. Adding the clear:left didn't correct the problem.
You can view the page with the changes you suggested at the link in the earlier post.

Larry

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Dani Chankhour

I don't see the clear float being added.

in your css file make sure to add this class:

.clearFloat {
clear:left;
}

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larry268887

working

ok I see what your saying and it works.

Thanks

Larry

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