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SubMenus Disappear On Rollover In Explorer

Thread began 11/28/2009 6:58 pm by bill173836 | Last modified 12/04/2009 5:24 pm by neilo | 1388 views | 4 replies |

bill173836

SubMenus Disappear On Rollover In Explorer

I have a dynamic menu and submenus and they seem to work fine on all browsers on my Mac. On my PC In Explorer & Firefox I can roll over the menu item and the dropdown menu displays but if I scroll down the submenu then it disappears. Any suggestions?

The development site is NewSite

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Dani Chankhour

I did a quick test with FF and IE 8 on Vista, and the menu seems to be working correctly.

Do you sub menus under Hospitals and Emergency Care Centers sub menus?

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bill173836

I've tested it on Explorer 8 and get the problem. The submenus show up but if you scroll down them then they disappear when to go over a link.

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Jimmy Wu

I just tested the site in IE8 and FF and the menus seem to work correctly on those browsers for me.

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neilo

The only way I can reproduce your problem is to view your page in Firefox, but using the' IE Tab' Firefox add-on. This theoretically uses the IE8 rendering engine, although viewing it in IE 8 proper there is no problem!

FYI

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