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I was browsing the internet to get help on implementing IE 6 workarounds that I was trying to recall from memory, and found CSSplay and this demo.

Looking closely at the demo (using IE 6.0.2800.1106 SP1), I noticed that with the top margin set to -1px in the styling of '#menu table', hover on 'First Day Covers', 'Special Offers' and 'Stock Books' (under 'Stamp Collection') does not extend full width to the right. With the margin set to 0 the vertical alignment/height of sub-menus is no longer correct (which is most noticeable if a flyout menu from the first item of a sub-menu has the same number of items as that sub-menu) but the hover extends to the right. I don't know why the margin has this affect and I couldn't find an alternative solution to properly correct the alignment. Is there a simple solution?

Also, the b tag is missing after the a tag for the "By Age" item.
(28.08.2010, 18:04)


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