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Menu does not function in Safari 4.1.2 but is okay in Firefox and Opera

Thread began 10/14/2010 5:35 am by kevan312950 | Last modified 10/14/2010 5:25 pm by kevan312950 | 455 views | 2 replies |


Menu does not function in Safari 4.1.2 but is okay in Firefox and Opera

I'm using Dreamweaver CS4 on a Mac.

Since upgrading to CSS MenuWriter V2.0.3 the menus on this site now behave oddly in Safari:

In particular, the drop downs from the final right hand link do not always click through to the relevant page, although the path appears to be okay.

In general, when you click onto any of the drop down links the text changes alignment to the right...

This all worked fine in the previous version of MenuWriter.

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Dani Chankhour

Some of the links in the menu don't have a url to go to. Make sure that you set a url for all the top level menus.

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So, do all top level links need a URL?

I'm sure they never used to...

As is often the way with these glitches, the range right problem for onClick menus seems to have resolved itself. Very frustrating, especially as I'm not doing anything differently to before the upgrade, when it all worked perfectly anyway.

The intermittent problem with the Organiser drop down menus not actually going anywhere onClick also seems to be sorted now.


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