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IE7 : Horizontal menu, Bottom of items with sub-menu disappearing

Thread began 8/13/2011 11:02 am by Steve Day | Last modified 8/14/2011 2:08 pm by Steve Day | 827 views | 3 replies |

Steve Day

IE7 : Horizontal menu, Bottom of items with sub-menu disappearing

Hi there,

Page with probs: test.html

In IE7, the top level items which have a sub-menu are getting their bottom parts bitten off!

Is there a simple solution for this issue?

Many thanks,
Steve

ps. the CSS file is menuTEST.css

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Steve Day

Sorted - image example attached, but 1 other smallie...

Sorted the first one, as the attachment illustrates (a simple margin/padding swap on the item tab).

Second request - is there any way to prevent IE7 (all the IEs??) from loading both colour and the PNG used on the top level tabs, so in effect it stays as intended, without any IE7 'visited' status forced on it...?

Click on a tab, then you'll see what I mean...

Ta again
Steve

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neilo

Hi Steve,

First thing to try would be to ensure that the full contents of the cssmw_images folder has been correctly uploaded to your server. The 'iepngfix.htc' file is not found on your server where it should be:

iepngfix.htc

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Steve Day

Sorted!

...Sorry - that was a simple one :-(

Doh!

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