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Coldfusion Dynamic Menu and CSS problems in IE7

Thread began 7/25/2009 12:00 pm by mail55422 | Last modified 7/26/2009 7:28 am by MJMurphy | 3442 views | 2 replies |


Coldfusion Dynamic Menu and CSS problems in IE7

I don't know if my problem is due to creating a dynamic menu in CF or is due to IE 6. I have modified the CSS codes in both the menu.css and menu_ie.css but the problem continues

View this page in IE 6 and you will see that only the first drop down menu (books) displays. It works fine in IE8, FireFox, and Safari. I don't have IE7 for testing.

If you look at the source code, you will see that all of the subcategories for each menu item are listed - they just don't display (other than the first drop down menu)

I created the dynamic menu manually in CF8 since I didn't find a ColdFusion dynamic menu option.

PS: The title of this thread should refer to IE6 - not IE7 - sorry

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Download IETester to allow testing in all IE versions.

Maybe try adding class="link" to your nested LI tags. That seems to be a difference between the ones in books, which are working, and the others.

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Drop Down problems in IE6

I did as you suggested and add a class="link" to the nested <li> tags, but that didn't help.

Any other ideas?

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