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Wow - this is disappointing

Thread began 6/26/2009 10:38 am by michael285416 | Last modified 6/26/2009 1:44 pm by Justin Nemeth | 1246 views | 1 replies |


Wow - this is disappointing

I've purchased other solutions from WebAssist and have always been pleased but this one has totally frustrated me. The interface is really slow and clunky, but I'd be fine with that as long as the results work.

I've created a simple test menu which you can see here:

Works great in Firefox, Opera and Safari.
IE7: Drop down menus close as soon as you try to roll over them
IE6: Drop down menus are totally whacked. They take up the whole width of the screen, then resize and/or disappear when you roll over them.

Am I doing something wrong here? I haven't touched the code generated by the program.

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Justin Nemeth

For IE6, one thing I noticed was the widths on the menu's have been changed to "auto". That is probably why the menus are taking the entire width. Defining a width should fix that problem.

For IE7, its a little harder to say. It could be the "height: auto". In general, you shouldn't have to give a height value since the text, padding, and margin will give you the necessary height.

My recommendation to troubleshoot is start with a preset and your menu content, then just verify that is working for you as a base line. Then do small changes to the design and test it out. That should allow you to figure out which properties are causing the issues. My initial guess is the auto width and height's being the issue.

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